Keynote Address

Devon Mihusuah – during her presentation on the 3rd of November 2003 recommended the following literature resources:


The following resources came out of various workshops during the week following Devon’s keynote presentation regarding Indigenizing the Curriculum.

 ·       “Americanizing the white man” by Felix Cohen (no Journal mentioned)

·       The Long Bitter Trail: Andrew Jackson & the Indians by Anthony F.C. Wallace; Eric Foner (editor)

·       Spirit and Reason: the Vine Deloria, Jr. Reader by Vine Deloria, Jr.

·       Genocide of Mind: New Native American Writing by Vine Deloria, Jr.

·       Contemporary Native American Cultural Issues by Duane Champagne

·       American Indian Mind in a Linear World: by Donald Lee Fixico

·       All Our Relations by Winona Laduke

·       Collected Wisdom: American Indian: American Indian Education by Linda Miller Cleary and Thomas D. Peacock

·       Red Earth White Lies: Native Americans & the Myth of Scientific Fact by Vine Deloria, Jr.

·       Why I Can’t Read Wallace Stegner & Other Essays: A Tribal Voice by Elizabeth Cook-Lynn

·       Native American Postcolonial Psychology by Eduardo and Bonnie Duran

·       American Indian Stereotypes in the World of Children by Arlene B. Hirschfelder

·       Vanishing Voices by Daniel Nettle & Suzanne Romain

Adult Indian Literature

          American Indian Literature: An Anthology by Lawana Trout

Mountain Windsong:  A Novel of the Trail of Tears by Robert J. Conley

Curriculum & Other Web Resources

 ·       Dr. Sandra Fox    (develops cultural curriculum)

Office of Indian Education



 ·       Office of Indian Education Programs



·       Eric’s clearinghouse – lesson plans; curriculum  (technical difficulty on last use)


 ·       Virtual Library –

 ·       Library books for Native Americans

 ·       Native American lesson plans



·       National Indian Education Association        Robyn Butterfield, President

·       American Indian Science & Engineering Society

·       Salish Kootenai College

PO Box 70, Pablo, Montana  59855


 ·       Roseanne Abrahamson (Shoshone)       Teacher - ~15 years

 Nez Perce resources – Public &/or schools


Call the director for tours – 208-843-7333

Located at Winchester, Idaho

Nez Perce Interpretative Center located at Spaulding, Idaho

          Large groups can be accommodated with scheduled tours


Educational Institution – These two were named specifically by teachers who

   either had graduated from or been associated with the respective school.


Compiled by Dori Ridenour - Graduate Student in Anthropology - Dori's email: