Suggested Readings

Allen, Paula Gunn (Ed.). Spider Woman’s Granddaughters Traditional Tales and Contemporary Writing by Native American Women. New York Fawcett Columbine. 1989.

Alvord, Lori A. & Elizabeth Van Pelt. The Scapel and the Silver Bear. The First Navajo Woman Surgeon Combines Western Medicine and Traditional Healing. New York Bantam Books. 1999.

Crow Dog, Mary & Richard Erdoes. Lakota Woman. New York Harper Perennial. 1990.

Deloria,Jr., Vine. Custer Died for Your Sins An Indian Manifesto. Norman, OK Univ. of Oklahoma Press. 1988.

ibid. God Is Red A Native View of Religion. Golden, Colorado Fulcrum Publishing. 1994.

Hobus, Ruth M. “Living in Two Worlds A Lakota Transcultural Nursing Experience”. Journal of Transcultural Nursing. Vol.2, No.1. (Summer), 1990. pp.33-36.

John, Robert. “Family Support Networks Among Elders in a Native American Community Contact with Children and Siblings Among the Prairie Band Potawatomi”. Journal of Aging Studies. Vol.5 No.1. pp.45-59.

Lomawaima, K. Tsianina. They Called It Prarie Light The Story of Chilocco Indian School. Lincoln, Neb. University of Nebraska Press. 1994.

Mankiller, Wilma & Michael Wallis. Mankiller A Chief and Her People. New York St. Martin’s Press. 1993.

Sarris, Gregg. Watermelon Nights. New York Hyperion. 1998.

Shomaker, Dianna McDonald. “Navajo Nursing Homes Conflict of Philosophies”. Journal of Gerontological Nursing. Vol.7 No.9. September, 1981. pp.531-36.

Silko, Leslie Marmon. Ceremony. New York Penguin Books. 1977.

Swinomish Tribal Mental Health Project. A Gathering of Wisdoms Tribal Mental Health-A Cultural Perspective. 2nd Ed. LaConner, Washington Swinomish Tribal Community, 950 Moorage, La Conner, WA, 98257. 1991.

Treat, James. (Ed) Native and Christian Indigenous Voices on Religious Identity in the United States and Canada. New York Routledge. 1996.