Two sets of short stories with Blackfeet in them. One is sequential -- a story per decade from the coming of the horse until now: "12 Blackfeet Stories." Actually, there are thirteen.
Printed versions at www.lulu.com/prairiemary.
Second antho, less elaborate, is "Willow Sticks". These are print-on-demand. I can send them as PDF's with explicit permission to duplicate as needed.
I don't know what your local standards are about frankness. You are free to use individual stories. I was very startled when the Western short story website, "Rope and Wire", considered a story about a mail order bride was deemed "too spicy" to be printed. Most of the stories there are pretty violent! www.ropeandwire.com. Lots of stories of many kinds, sorted by author. Try Tom Sheean. I might be there as "Mary Scriver" or "Prairie Mary."
Also, "Heartbreak Butte" which was written by seventh graders working as a group is posted at www.heartbreakbutte.blogspot.com. Each post is a chapter. The yearbook is posted at the end.
On Jun 22, 2015, at 5:17 PM, Jennifer Tuttle <[log in to unmask]
> Hi folks,
> I am passing on this query from a friend in K-12 publishing:
> I'm looking for English-language public domain fiction of the West that is accessible to young readers up to high school level. If it's a translation from another language, that translation must be either public domain or copyright-free. The more diverse the selection, the better. Any suggestions would be greatly appreciated.
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