As a Native person, I am cautious in introducing New Age/Metaphysical subjects to my NDN friends and family (FYI to the non-Natives reading this: many, many Native people are scornful of these things; they view the often clumsy incorporation of Native teachings into worldwide metaphysics as the frequent theft of a culture the thieves can never truly comprehend). When I started reading oracle cards a few years ago, I loved them so much and began seeking a way to share my newfound knowledge with those closest to me. This deck was the answer.
It was created by a woman who lived with a (Cree?) tribe out west, and the symbols are based on that tribe's clans and beliefs (I like that it didn't take a "one-size-fits-all-Indians" approach). As you read them, you will find yourself interpreting to your own tribe's teachings and recognizing the symbology in that context. Even so, take a look at the book and just see if there's a little more information to be gleaned from each card.
The cards are remarkably easy to read, with each one bearing three key words on the front. You almost don't need the book, but you might want to refer to it anyway until you get to know them better. The medicine wheel chart that comes with the deck is pretty cheesy and you probably won't use it. I usually do a simple three card spread, but there are some very intriguing suggestions in the book. I particularly liked the calumet/pipe layout and got some good readings from it right off the bat.
The first time I read for my mother and my aunt, both elders, I was amazed to learn my great-grandfather was known to read an ordinary deck of playing cards. He helped a lot of people in his village and it made me so proud to hear that. I spread a nice cloth on the table, smudged the cards and ourselves, and read for them. They loved it! If you are looking for a deck that respects the Red Road and won't offend your ancestors, this is probably the one for you.