“MODERN AMERICAN INDIAN LEADERS”
By Dr. Dean Chavers
The book is profiles of 87 Indian leaders of the modern age, most of whom no one has ever written about. A must book for every public library, Indian school library, tribal college library, college library, university library, and public school library. It features Roger Jourdain, Wendell Chino, Jim Thorpe, Billy Mills, Pat Locke, Lucy Covington, Jack Montgomery, and 80 others.
The National Indian Grant Directory $99.95
This one-of-a-kind directory sold out its first printing. Now in
its second printing "The National Indian Grant Directory" is a must
have book for Indian grant seekers with over 540 sources of funds
for Indians. Save yourself the agony of weeks of searching. Bring
in more dollars to your program with this comprehensive book.
Table of contents:
ChapterI Preparation and Writing
ChapterII Foundations Index
ChapterIV Religious Sources Index
ChapterV Federal Government Index Subject Index
How To Write Winning Proposals $69.95
Dean Chavers has written hundreds of proposals and has one of the
most successful track records in the U.S., with over 85% of his
government proposals funded.
Research in Indian Education 2003 $49.95
Dean Chavers, Ph.D.
Reports the results of 10 research projects on Indian education
presented at the Second Research on Indian Education conference.
Deconstructing the Myths $24.95
Report of a meeting in April 2000 of Indian educators to develop
a national research agenda for Indian education- the first time
such a document has ever been developed.
Indian Students and College Preparation $10.00
1999-2000 research project looked at the preparation of Indian students
for college study. The study found a drop out rate for Indian high
school student of 50%........
Indian Teachers and Indian Control $10.00
1997-98 research study set out to determine how many new Indian
teacher were being produced each year by the 500 colleges of teacher
education in the U.S.
The Secret of No Face $18.95
Chief Everett Parker and Oledoska
This original Seneca legend came from the Cornplanter Reservation
It was written by the last of the Pine Tree Chiefs, Everett Parker
and his good friend the late Oledoska.
Exemplary Programs in Indian Education, $39.95
Fourth Edition Exemplary Programs in Indian Education
are transforming Indian education from the worst outcomes in U.S.
school to some of the best outcomes. The First Edition in 1993 had
a description of 12 projects. The Second Edition in 1996 had a description
of 16 projects. The Third Edition in 1999 had a description of 16
projects. The Fourth Edition in 2003 has a description of 25 projects.
Basics of Fund Raising $39.95
Fund raising in the private sector is one of the most difficult
but satisfying challenges facing Indian and minority organizations.
This manual describes the nine fund raising sector. How to Plan,
and carry out local campaigns. How to raise money from foundation.
How to do direct mail fund raising. How to conduct corporate campaigns,
and a lot more. The author is a full time fund raiser. Known as
"Mr.Proposal Writer" in Indian country. He has a 85% success rate.
Exemplary Institute Proceedings
The 1996 Proceedings of the Exemplary Institute is 287 pages of
training materials from 10 workshops. $69.95
The 1997 Proceedings of the Exemplary Institute
is 193 pages of training materials covering 14 workshops. $69.95
The 1998 Proceedings of the Exemplary Institute
is 409 pages of training materials covering 16 workshops. $69.95
The 1999 Proceedings of the Exemplary Institute
is 328 pages of training materials covering 16 workshops and 3 keynote
The 2000 Proceedings of the Exemplary Institute
is 279 pages of training materials covering 13 workshops and 3 keynote
The 2001 Proceedings of the Exemplary Institute
is 354 pages of training materials covering 13 workshops and 3 keynote
The 2002 Proceedings of the Exemplary Institute
is 315 pages of training materials covering 21 workshops and 3 keynote
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