A story from the oral tradition of the Tåîchô people. Written in English and Tåîchô. This also includes an audio and interactive multimedia CD that can play on a CD player, PC or Mac. Also included is a Dogrib Elder telling his version of this ancient legend in Tåîchô.
This book is a story about a family coming together, traveling on the trails of their ancestors. Also entirely in the Tåîchô language. Hard Cover; 32 pages
Details: Myth of the Barrens is a true account of a young Métis woman's discovery of the land and ancient spirits of the Canadian North. Bren Kolson travels with a Dene elder in winter across the Barrens, entering a world in which the landscape is both physical and spiritual — the sacred land of the ancestors. Soft Cover; 320 pages.
Written by Bren Kolson
This is the book of Genesis and the New Testament in the Tlicho Language, released 2009 2nd edition. First published in 2003. It was the first time in more than a hundred years that a completed New Testament was published for one of the Dene First Nations in the Northwest Territories. Hardcover; 644 pages.
This book is a revision of the preliminary Dogrib Dictionary published by the Dogrib Divisional Board of Education in 1992. Soft Cover; 236 pages.
This is the Tåîchô Primary Dictionary published by the Tåîchô Community Services Agency in 2007. Soft Cover; 87 pages.
This book documents the Trails of Our Ancestors project. Keeping history alive by traveling the trails of our ancestors to the Tåîchô annual gatherings each summer. The "Trails" projects began as way of reconnecting young people with their elders, and with the traditional ways and trails across the Tlicho land. Soft Cover; 53 pages.