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Algonquin Legends
by Charles Godfrey Leland
(Paperback - January 1992)

Algonquin Indian Tales
by Egerton R. Young, Keche Chemon
from University Press of the Pacific

The Algonquin of New York (The Library of Native Americans)
by David M. Oestreicher
from Rosen Publishing Group

The Algonquin (Native Americans)
by Richard Gaines
Reading level: Ages 4-8
Library Binding: 32 pages 
Publisher: Checkerboard Books  
Language: English 
ISBN-10: 1577653831 

The Algonquin (Native Americans)
by Richard Gaines
(School & Library Binding)

Birchbark Canoe: The Story of an Apprenticeship With the Indians
by David Gidmark
from General Store Publishing House
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Birchbark Canoe: Living Among the Algonquin
by David Gidmark
Paperback from Firefly Books

Birds of Algonquin Legend
by Robert E. Nichols, Linda Hoffman Kimball
from University of Michigan Press
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Building a Birchbark Canoe: The Algonquin Wabanaki Tciman
by David Gidmark, Denis Alsford
Listed under Canoeing

Native New Yorkers: The Legacy of the Algonquin People of New York
by Evan T. Pritchard
Book Description: The lively history of the early Algonquin civilization that flourished in what is now New York. 

When Giovanni da Verrazzano sailed into New York Harbor in 1524, he climbed a hill and beheld "campfires as plentiful as stars, as far as the eye can see." Native New Yorkers reveals the city beneath The City, telling the fascinating story of the ancient Algonquin culture that maintained a thriving civilization in the greater New York area that is now a bustling metropolis.

Native New Yorkers includes 3 original maps of Native New York, a complete timeline of New York's Algonquin history, a glossary of Algonquin words, and a transcript of Verrazzano's letter to King Francis I of France describing the people and places he found upon his arrival in New York.
Hardcover: 320 pages ; Dimensions (in inches): 1.53 x 9.24 x 6.36
Publisher: Council Oak Distribution;
ISBN: 1571781072

No Word for Time: The Way of the Algonquin People
by Evan T. Pritchard
Paperback from Council Oak Distribution

Nature Religion in America: From the Algonquin Indians to the New Age
by Catherine L. Albanese et al.
Listed under Indian Cosmology

People of the Mist
by M. Gear, Kathleen O'Neal Gear, W. Michael Gear
from G K Hall & Co
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Remaking the Earth: A Creation Story from the Great Plains of North America
by Paul Goble

Rough-Face Girl
by Rafe Martin, David Shannon
from Philomel Books

The Book of Alfar: A Tale of the Hudson Highlands
by Peter W. Hassinger
from Laura Geringer

Algonquin Legends of New England
by Charles G. Leland
from Gale Group
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Menominee, the wild river people
by Donella Dunlop-Knobel
from Borealis Press
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The Last Algonquin
by Theodore L. Kazimiroff
from Dell Books
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Bibliography of Algonquian Linguistics
by David H. Pentland and H. Christoph Wolfart (Editor)
Hardcover (June 1982)
Univ of Toronto Pr; ISBN: 0887551289
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