Our ongoing revitalization work has produced numerous digital and print publications. Below you will find several digital publications available for download. For more information on purchasing print versions, please contact Kristina Fox at firstname.lastname@example.org.
‘The Lonely Pinsiwa’
Written and illustrated by Madeline Hrybyk
This story is available in three levels each increasing the amount of Myaamia language used. A read-along video is also available on YouTube.
‘Myaamia Lunar Calendar’
This calendar follows the lunar cycle and significant ecological changes that occur in Myaamionki ‘Myaamia homelands.’ Both lunar and Gregorian calendar dates are included for use at home.
Myaamia Mahkisina Instructions
These step-by-step instructions will walk you through sewing your own pair of Myaamia Mahkisina. Links to video tutorials are included in the instructions.
Please note: the instructions do not include decorating the mahkisina.
Kaloolitiitaawi: Going to School Phrase Book
This phrase book features language related to going to school. This includes getting ready for school, school subjects, and general classroom language.
ašiihkiwi neehi kiišikwi myaamionki:
Earth and Sky the Place of the Myaamiaki
This curriculum is designed for families to explore their surroundings by looking up, down, and all around.
A Cultural Exploration of the Myaamia Removal Route
As part of a Historic Preservation Fund Grant from the National Park Service, the Miami Nation’s Cultural Resources Office created a map following the Myaamia Removal in 1846 and the accompanying publication.
‘Let’s color it!’
The wilaalaansantaawi project’s goal is to create coloring books that also teach about Myaamia language and culture.
Updated: September 22, 2021