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#1 Amazon New Release! Sex roles, sex rules and sexual practices ─ How much do you really know about sex and sexual activity customs and behavior around our world? Sex is always hot. Other people's lusty antics even hotter. This book pulls back the curtains on a dizzying array of hilarious stereotype-busting sexual practices from around the world. It is joyful, deliciously outrageous, titillating, hilarious. The fact that... more...

This vintage book contains a detailed guide to Native American lore, history, and tradition. From how to pronounce Native American names to their dance rituals and famous figures, this guide contains a wealth of information and is highly recommended for those with an interest in Native American culture. Contents include: "How to Say Indian Names," "About Ben Hunt," "About Indian Lore," "About Indian Tribes," "The Golden Eagle," "Preparing Feathers,"... more...

Toltec Wisdom has been passed down personally and privately from master to apprentice in Mexico for over two thousand years. The Toltec Path is a spiritual path, not a religion. The Everything Toltec Wisdom Book explains the fundamentals of this tradition and teaches readers how it can be used to understand and change the way they think. Written by Allan Hardman, a Toltec Master, this book provides readers with easy to-implement, step-by-step guidance... more...


Between the early seventeenth century and the early twentieth, nearly all the land in the United States was transferred from American Indians to whites. This dramatic transformation has been understood in two very different ways--as a series of consensual transactions, but also as a process of violent conquest. Both views cannot be correct. How did Indians actually lose their land? Stuart Banner provides the first comprehensive... more...


A Thousand Pieces of Paradise is an ecological history of property and a cultural history of rural ecosystems set in one of Wisconsin’s most famous regions, the Kickapoo Valley. While examining the national war on soil erosion in the 1930s, a controversial real estate development scheme, Amish land settlement, a U.S. Army Corps of Engineers dam project, and Native American efforts to assert longstanding land claims, Lynne Heasley traces the... more...

The ancient Maya created one of the most studied and best-known civilizations of the Americas. Nevertheless, Maya civilization is often considered either within a vacuum, by sub-region and according to modern political borders, or with reference to the most important urban civilizations of central Mexico. Seldom if ever are the Maya and their Central American neighbors of El Salvador and Honduras considered together, despite... more...

In September 2016 it will be 60 years since the first British mushroom cloud rose above the plain at Maralinga in South Australia. The atomic weapons test series wreaked havoc on Indigenous communities and turned the land into a radioactive wasteland. In 1950 Australian prime minister Robert Menzies blithely agreed to atomic tests that offered no benefit to Australia and relinquished control over them – and left the public completely... more...

In this wide-ranging and carefully curated anthology, Daniel M. Cobb presents the words of Indigenous people who have shaped Native American rights movements from the late nineteenth century through the present day. Presenting essays, letters, interviews, speeches, government documents, and other testimony, Cobb shows how tribal leaders, intellectuals, and activists deployed a variety of protest methods over more than a century to demand Indigenous... more...

Imagines the development of the Western Hemisphere without European contact and colonization. This work answers the hypothetical question: What would the Americas be like today—politically, economically, culturally—if Columbus and the Europeans had never found them, and how would American peoples interact with the world's other societies? It assumes that Columbus did not embark from Spain in 1492 and that... more...