Bibliography

(These are the resources and bibliography for Ella Inglebret’s teaching unit, Telling the Lewis and Clark Story.)

Basch, R. (2011). The journey of the Clatsop-Nehalem canoe. Seaside, OR: Clatsop-Nehalem Confederated Tribes.

Basch, R., and Basch, R. (2006). The ceremony at Ne-ah-coxie. In A. M. Josephy, Jr. (Ed.), Lewis and Clark through Indian eyes: Nine Indian writers on the legacy of the expedition (pp. 163-182). New York, NY: Vintage Books.

Brown, S. (2012). Living in Celilo: A storypath exploring the lasting legacy of Celilo Falls. Olympia, WA: Office of Native Education, Office of the Superintendent of Public Instruction, Washington State. www.indian-ed.org/curriculum/elementary-school-curriculum/wa-celilo-fallsdalles-dam/

Bruchac, J. (2000). Sacajawea. (2003). New York, NY: Harcourt.

Carpenter, C., & Aya, K. (2004). Blue beads: A story of friendship. Seaside, OR: Blue Beads Productions.

Circle of Tribal Advisors, Lewis and Clark Bicentennial. (2009). Enough good people: Reflections on tribal involvement and inter-cultural collaboration 2003-2006. Gunnison, CO: Enough Good People. http://www.lc-triballegacy.org

Conner, R. (2006). Our people have always been here. In A. M. Josephy, Jr. (Ed.), Lewis and Clark through Indian eyes: Nine Indian writers on the legacy of the expedition (pp. 85-119). New York, NY: Vintage Books.

Deloria, V., Jr. (2001). Power and place equal personality. In V. Deloria, Jr. & D. Wildcat, Power and place: Indian education in America. Golden, CO: Fulcrum Publ.

Erdrich, L. (2003). Sacajawea. Minneapolis, MN: Carolrhoda Books.

Fifer, B. (2000). Going along with Lewis and Clark. Helena, MT: Farcountry Press.

Gilman, C. (2003). Lewis and Clark: Across the great divide. Washington, DC: Smithsonian.

Going-to-the-Sun Institite and Native View Pictures. (2004). Two worlds at Two Medicine: The Blackfeet meet Meriwether Lewis. Browning, MT: Authors.

Gragg, R. (2003). Lewis and Clark on the trail of discovery: The journey that shaped America. Nashville, TN: Rutledge Hill Press.

Hartley, A. H. (2004). Lewis and Clark lexicon of discovery. Pullman, WA: Washington State University Press.

Healy, A. (2008). Multiliteracies and diversity in education: New pedagogies for expanding landscapes. South Melbourne, Victoria, Australia: Oxford University Press.

Idaho Governor’s Lewis and Clark Trail Committee. (2005, January). Lewis and Clark: An annotated bibliography of recommended titles for libraries. Boise, ID: Idaho State Historical Society.

Idanha Films, Inc., and Idaho Public Television. (2003). Journey of Sacagawea. Boise, ID: Idaho Public Television.

Inglebret, E. (2001). Conceptual framework for developing culturally responsive teacher education curriculum for Northwest Indian College: A grounded theory. Unpublished doctoral dissertation, Washington State University.

Josephy, A. M., Jr. (2006). Lewis and Clark through Indian eyes: Nine Indian writers on the legacy of the expedition. New York: Vintage Books.

Meadows, S. J., and Prewitt, J. S. (2003). Lewis and Clark for dummies. Indianapolis, IN: Wiley Publ., Inc.

Moody, J. (2003). We proceeded on: The Bicentennial hits the road. People, Land and Water Special Issue, Lewis and Clark Bicentennial 2003-2006, 9(6), 3-4.

Murphy, C. R. (2005). I am Sacajawea, I am York: Our journey west with Lewis and Clark. New York, NY: Walker and Co.

Patent, D. H. (2002). Animals on the trail with Lewis and Clark. New York, NY: Clarion Books.

Pearson, C. (1959). Nehalem Tillamook tales. Eugene, OR: University of Oregon Books.

Phillips, H. W. (2003). Plants of the Lewis and Clark expedition. Missoula, MT: Mountain Press Publ. Co.

Ronda, J. P. (2007). Lewis and Clark reconsidered: Some sober second thoughts. In F. E. Hoxie & J. T. Nelson (Eds.), Lewis and Clark and the Indian Country: The Native American perspective (pp. 343-352). Urbana: University of Illinois Press.

Salish-Pend d’Oreille Culture Committee. (2000). The Salish people and the Lewis and Clark expedition. St. Ignatius, MT: Salish-Pend d’Oreille Culture Committee.

Silvers, P., & Shorey, M. C. (2012). Many texts, many voices: Teaching literacy and social justice to young learners in the digital age. Portland, ME: Stenhouse Publishers.

Sneve, V. D. H. (2005). Bad river boys: Meeting of the Lakota Sioux with Lewis and Clark. New York, NY: Holiday House.

Swenson, D. (1998). Lewis and Clark: Sounds of discovery. Bismarck, ND: Chairmaker’s Rush.

The Watercourse and Project Wet. (2001). Lewis and Clark educator’s resource guide: A review of Lewis and Clark materials. Bozeman, MT: The Watercourse, Montana State University.

Thomasma, K. (1997). The truth about Sacajawea. Jackson, WY: Grandview Publ. Co.

Tubbs, S. A., & Jenkinson, C. S. (2003). The Lewis and Clark companion: Encyclopedic guide to the voyage of discovery. New York, NY: Henry Holt and Co.

White, G. (2002). Sharing the vision: How the L&C Bicentennial can build trust between tribal and nontribal cultures. We Proceeded On, 28(3), 43-44.