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Although published nearly forty years ago in 1963, Book of the Hopi, by Frank Waters and Oswald "White Bear" Fredericks, is still one of the most interesting and insightful books on this fascinating culture. It covers the complete Hopi history, including the origin of the clans, the four migrations, and common ceremonies, among many other aspects.

In the early 1990s, editor Patricia Riley put together a provocative collection of twenty-two essays by Indian writers, called Growing Up Native American (1995). This book is excellent for introducing readers to Indian history, literature, culture, and Native American authors. While it does address the tragedy and hardship that many of the writers experienced, it is also full of funny stories, jokes, and recollections of mischievous pranks.

As part Hopi, Wendy Rose has always been fascinated with learning more about her heritage, anand she has had to face the challenges of...

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