• BOOKS TO CONSIDER:
    1. Montana's Indians - Yesterday and Today by William L. Bryan, Jr. (ISBN: 1-56037-064-5). It contains a decent amount of information about history, culture, civilization and government for each of Montana's tribes. Montana's Tribal Colleges' bookstores and Tribal culture committees are excellent sources for books and other media often at bargain prices. You can purchase many books, DVD's and CD's from them, especially books on tribal stories. Some stories are only to be read seasonally. Usually, these books state that fact in it.

    2. Lies My Teacher Told Me: Everything Your High School History Textbook Got Wrong. If you teach anything about History or Social Studies K-12 and beyond, you need to read this book. It really helps to dispel many myths, a treatise on our current history curriculum and what can be done about it. This is an excellent perspective on the American Indian.

      His website: http://sundown.afro.illinois.edu/

      Available at bargain prices: http://www.amazon.com/Lies-My-Teacher-Told-Everything/dp/0684818868

    3. Literature and Resources Montana's Reservations and Related Tribes from the library of Dorthea Susag (Dottie) dotsusag42@gmail.com


       

       

Last Modified on March 11, 2016