National American Indian and Alaska Native Heritage Month is celebrated each November. Would you like to know more about Native American histories and cultures? Visit the library! There are many items here at the library and also online that will support a deeper understanding of the American who first graced this land. Ask a librarian, they would love to assist you in your discoveries.
The Crossing  by Donna Jo Napoli
Lewis and Clark's historic journey seen through a brand-new pair of eyes. Told from the point of view of Jean Baptiste Charbonneau, the baby on Sacagawea's back, this breathtaking picture book reveals the adventure and natural wonders that Lewis and Clark encountered on their Western expedition in the early 1800s. Donna Jo Napoli's lyrical text and Jim Madsen's majestic artwork offer a fresh perspective on the remarkable sights and sounds of a young country, and give voice to a character readers are already familiar with: baby Charbonneau is shown on the golden Sacagawea dollar.
A Picture Book of Sacagawea by David A. Adler
A biography of the Shoshone woman who joined the Lewis and Clark Expedition.
On the Trail of Sacagawea by Peter Lourie.
A present-day journey that follows Sacagawea's trail, from Fort Mandan in North Dakota to Fort Clatsop in Oregon.