Turtle Island

Author: Gary Snyder
Publisher: New Directions Publishing
ISBN: 9780811205467
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Turtle Island from the Author: Gary Snyder. These Pulitzer Prize-winning poems and essays by the author of No Nature range from the lucid, lyrical, and mystical to the political. All, however, share a common vision: a rediscovery of North America and the ways by which we might become true natives of the land for the first time.

Cherokee Stories Of The Turtle Island Liars Club

Author: Christopher B. Teuton
Publisher: Univ of North Carolina Press
ISBN: 0807835846
Size: 39.90 MB
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Cherokee Stories Of The Turtle Island Liars Club from the Author: Christopher B. Teuton. Presents a collection of traditional Cherokee tales, teachings, and folklore, with four works presented in both English and Cherokee.

Social Issues In Contemporary Native America

Author: Hilary N. Weaver
Publisher: Routledge
ISBN: 1317053885
Size: 25.58 MB
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Social Issues In Contemporary Native America from the Author: Hilary N. Weaver. Hilary Weaver has drawn together leading Native American social workers, researchers, and academics to provide current information on a variety of social issues related to Native American children, families, and reservations both in the USA and in Canada. Divided into four major sections, each containing an introduction, this book places the historical foundations of Native American social work in context in order to fully provide the reader with a comprehensive survey on various aspects of working with Native American families; community health and wellness; and community revitalization and decolonization. This groundbreaking volume should be read by both educators and students in social work and other helping professions in the USA and Canada as well as all human service professionals working with Native Americans.

Turtle Island

Author: Yellowhorn
Publisher: Annick Press
ISBN: 9781554519439
Size: 33.24 MB
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Turtle Island from the Author: Yellowhorn. Discover the amazing story of the Indigenous peoples of the Americas from the end of the Ice Age to the arrival of the Europeans.

Turtle Island

Publisher: Margaret K McElderry
Size: 44.38 MB
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Turtle Island from the Author: . A collection of twenty tales from the different tribes that are part of the Algonquian peoples who lived from the Middle Atlantic States up through eastern Canada.

Turtle Island Dreaming

Author: Tom Crockett
Publisher: Hachette UK
ISBN: 0759520224
Size: 29.19 MB
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Turtle Island Dreaming from the Author: Tom Crockett. A life-changing debut novel, Turtle Island Dreaming is the inspirational story of a woman's journey across a magical island of self-discovery.

Creating Aztl N

Author: Dylan A. T. Miner
Publisher: University of Arizona Press
ISBN: 0816598568
Size: 63.39 MB
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Creating Aztl N from the Author: Dylan A. T. Miner. In lowriding culture, the ride is many things—both physical and intellectual. Embraced by both Xicano and other Indigenous youth, lowriding takes something very ordinary—a car or bike—and transforms it and claims it. Using the idea that lowriding is an Indigenous way of being in the world, artist and historian Dylan A. T. Miner discusses the multiple roles that Aztlán has played at various moments in time, from the pre-Cuauhtemoc codices through both Spanish and American colonial regimes, past the Chicano Movement and into the present day. Across this “migration story,” Miner challenges notions of mestizaje and asserts Aztlán, as visualized by Xicano artists, as a form of Indigenous sovereignty. Throughout this book, Miner employs Indigenous and Native American methodologies to show that Chicano art needs to be understood in the context of Indigenous history, anticolonial struggle, and Native American studies. Miner pays particular attention to art outside the U.S. Southwest and includes discussions of work by Nora Chapa Mendoza, Gilbert "Magú" Luján, Santa Barraza, Malaquías Montoya, Carlos Cortéz Koyokuikatl, Favianna Rodríguez, and Dignidad Rebelde, which includes Melanie Cervantes and Jesús Barraza. With sixteen pages of color images, this book will be crucial to those interested in art history, anthropology, philosophy, and Chicano and Native American studies. Creating Aztlán interrogates the historic and important role that Aztlán plays in Chicano and Indigenous art and culture.

On The Rocks

Author: Kim Law
Publisher: Montlake Romance
ISBN: 9781503950719
Size: 27.70 MB
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On The Rocks from the Author: Kim Law. Sassy tomboy Ginger Atkinson would rather be captaining a deep-sea fishing boat than baking pies, yet she still wishes she had a man to bake for. Sure, the pretty redhead is happy running her late father's Turtle Island ferry business, but everyone in the world is finding love except her. Stuck on the wrong side of thirty, she's trying to accept singlehood by building a dream home--for one. In high school, Carter Ridley loved to sneak off with his good friend Ginger to watch the sun rise over the ocean. But after graduation, his path took a different route. One that, unlike Ginger's, did get him the spouse and house of his dreams. At least, until a scandal shattered everything. Running from his heartbreak, Carter returns to Turtle Island, where he discovers that Ginger is all grown up. His teenage friend has become the woman he's always wanted. But will Carter's pain scare him away from a chance at happiness? Or can he be the loving partner Ginger's been looking for?

Turtle Island

Author: Patricia McFadden
ISBN: 9780972019804
Size: 47.50 MB
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Turtle Island from the Author: Patricia McFadden.

Turtle Island

Author: Sergio Ghione
Publisher: Macmillan
ISBN: 9780312310950
Size: 10.61 MB
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Turtle Island from the Author: Sergio Ghione. A profile of Ascension Island traces its history since its 1501 discovery by the Portuguese, citing its relevance in twentieth-century warfare as well as its offerings as a unique tourist site of volcanic rock, feral donkeys, and tradition-steeped attractions. 15,000 first printing.