The World of North American Indians

The World of North American Indians

Book - 2009
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Filled with colorful photographs of numerous artifacts from many North American peoples throughout history, this intriguing guide to the first Americans provides a great foundation for learning about the brave, bold, beautiful, and breathtaking world of American Indians throughout history. Readers are introduced to tribal society, dress, ornamentation, home and family life, travel, farming, hunting, languages and storytelling, various myths and legends, contact with Europeans, trade, warfare, beliefs and customs and sacred dances. This stunning book also includes a chapter about North American Indians today. There are fifteen activities to engage students in learning about the American Indian cultures, such as making a tipi, canoe, headdress, necklace, katchina doll, shield, and corn cakes, among others.
Publisher: New York : Rosen Pub., 2009.
ISBN: 9781435851719
Characteristics: 64 p. : col. ill., col. maps ; 26 cm.

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