Archives For Native Americans

 

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The Heartbeat of Wounded Knee:
Native America from 1890 to the Present
David Treuer

Hardback: Riverhead, 2019
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Listen to David Treuer’s NPR interview
with Scott Simon:

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An excerpt from

Caleb’s Crossing: A Novel.
Geraldine Brooks.
Hardback: Viking Books, 2011.
Buy now: [ Amazon – Hardback ] [ Amazon – Kindle ]

Watch for our review, coming soon…

 

Here is a fabulous video which serves both as an excellent introduction to Eric Sanderson’s new book Mannahatta (to be reviewed by Brent Aldrich in next week’s issue of the ERB), and as an overview of social artist Fritz Haeg’s Lenape Edible Estate project in Manhattan (Fritz Haeg’s book Edible Estates was named as one of our Best Books of 2008.)  You won’t want to miss this captivating video.
(~15 minutes long)

Mannahatta: A Natural History of NYC.
Eric Sanderson.

Hardback: Abrams, 2009.
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Edible Estates: Attack on the Front Lawn.
Fritz Haeg.

Paperback: Metropolis Books, 2008.
Buy now: [ Amazon ]

The Story of Mannahatta and the Lenape Edible Estate from fritz haeg on Vimeo.