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Children Of The Seventh Fire by Lisa A. Hart
"Children of the Seventh Fire--An Ancient Prophecy for Modern Times is a fully illustrated children's book for use by teachers, mentors, parents, outreach educators, and others interested in teaching the importance of environmental conservation, protection, and sustainability.
The Seventh Fire by Dan Smith
Lighting The Seventh Fire by F. David Peat
In Ceremonies of Renewal, everything from the movement of the sun to the stability of society is in a state of flux. It is through negotiating compacts with the energies of the universe and carrying out periodic ceremonies of renewal that stability and balance can be ensured. Thus, the People of the Plains meet each year to celebrate the Sun Dance, which is performed for many days around the sacred cottonwood tree. They claim this ceremony plays its role in maintaining the harmony and balance of the cosmos. For the author, the Sun Dance became his introduction to the world of Native American science. In sacred mathematics, numbers are not abstract, static things, but living entities that transform one into the other. And history is not written down but passed on by storytellers who recount events of past generations, including migrations that took place before time as humans experienced it.
The Legend Of Saint Patrick S Purgatory by George Philip Krapp
Indigenous Community by Gregory Cajete
Gregory Cajete has provided another must-read book for educators seeking a comprehensive theory and action to Indigenous education. In clear, coherent, and accessible style, he answers the most important education quest today: what kind of pedagogy can maintain and revitalize the Indigenous peoples in the 21st century? Twofold: Comprehend Indigenous peoples' historical trauma and reclaim Indigenous ways of thinking, teaching, and learning from a context of community, land, and spirit. Done!-- Marie Battiste, Mi'kmaw educator, University of Saskatchewan
Anishihnaabeg Medicine Wheel Leadership by Rosemary Ackley Christensen
The purpose of this study is to describe the attributes, characeristics, roles, and purposes of Anishinaabeg Medicine leadership as symbolized in Dave Courchene, a Medicine person. The author points out that Anishinaabeg children will not know or learn of traditional leadership patterns unless written data is increased. By placing Anishinaabeg leadership in the context of culture, language and world view as perceived by oral tradition, traditional medicine wheel knowledge can be passed on to generations to come.