• 10 Books You Should Read In November During Native American Heritage Month

    10 Books You Should Read In November During Native American Heritage Month1

    In 1990, President George H. W. Bush declared November Native American Heritage Month in a, frankly, much overdue effort to recognize the history and cultural importance of the first Americans and, not parenthetically, consider the injustices heaped thereon. This landmark bill honoring America’s tribal people aimed to provide a platform for Native Americans to share

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  • Review: The 13: Honor, Revenge, And Consequence Among Warring Native American Tribes

    Review: The 13: Honor, Revenge, And Consequence Among Warring Native American Tribes0

    12 boys seek revenge for an attack on their Anishnabe camp. The 13th retells their story. Robinson’s story, based on a kernel of an idea from a Wisconsin folklorist, is an interesting adventure tale set among Native American tribes. The boys – and nearly all key characters are male – are engagingly written. It has

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  • Read An Excerpt From The 13

    Read An Excerpt From The 130

    In this work of historical fiction, 13 Anishinaabe teenagers vow to restore the honor of their band by tracking down and savaging Dakota raiders after a devastating raid on their camp. The 13: Ashi-niswi by Lorin R. Robinson is a parable posing the universal question: “What is the price of honor?”  Here is an exclusive excerpt

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