Native American Cultural Literature

Fact-based account of a Yuchi Indian girl's solitary walk from Indian Territory in Oklahoma back to Alabama, her native homeland, in the 1830s.

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See Also:
  • Native American Books - Reviews of books by and about Native Americans.
  • Songs of the Pueblo Indians - Collection of Southwest Indian songs and prayers.
  • Voices from the Gaps - Biographies, writings, and links about American and Canadian female authors native american of color.
  • Paul, Daniel - Mi\\'kmaq author\\'s homepage includes photographs, historical background, and information about literature his books.
  • NativeWeb Resources: Literature - Bibliographies, reviews, and links to past and contemporary native authors.
  • Internet Public Library: Native American Authors - Provides information on Native North American authors with bibliographies of their published works, biographical information, and links to online resources including interviews, online texts and tribal web sites.
  • Storytellers: Native American Authors Online - Author\\'s biographies, statements, poetry and stories, essays, and cultural bookstores for cultural their work. Over 40 Native American cultural authors are represented.
  • Electronic Text Center: Native Americans - Largest collection of 19th- and 20th-century Native American literature available online; also includes literary pieces about Native Americans.
  • If the Legends Fade - Fact-based account of a Yuchi Indian girl\\'s solitary cultural walk from cultural Indian Territory in Oklahoma back to cultural Alabama, her native homeland, cultural in the 1830s.

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