Sherman Alexie: All About the Author, hardcover ed

$46.86

Sherman Alexie: All About the Author is a 2013 release from Rosen Publishing about the award-winning novelist Sherman Alexie. This 112-page book offers intermediate and secondary level students the opportunity of learning about this Coeur d'Alene author who grew up on the Spokane Indian Reservation. The book provides biographical data about the childhood, education, and writing experiences of the author.

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Northwest Coast Indians (First Nations of North America), paper ed

$10.95

Northwest Coast Indians is one of the information books in the Heinemann Library series, First Nations of North America. Books in the series offer information to grade four to six students about the cultural history of the major cultural regions of North America. This title discusses the Pacific Northwest culture region, including the Chinook, Coast Salish, Haida, Kwakwaka'wakw, Makah, Nuu-chah-nulth, Tlingit, and Tsimshian First Nations.

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Creek, The (Native American Histories), paper ed

$10.95

The Creek is one of the titles in the Learner Publications series, Native American Histories. Each of the titles in this newly released series covers the basic historical and cultural traditions of the Nations being studied. Consultant for this Nation from the Southeast Culture Region was Joyce Bear, the Manager for the Cultural and Historical Preservation Office of the Muscogee (Creek) Nation. This accurate and well-researched book for students in grade 3 to 6 contains numerous colour photographs as well as appropriate archival images.

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Creek, The (Native American Histories), hardcover ed

$32.50

The Creek is one of the titles in the Learner Publications series, Native American Histories. Each of the titles in this newly released series covers the basic historical and cultural traditions of the Nations being studied. Consultant for this Nation from the Southeast Culture Region was Joyce Bear, the Manager for the Cultural and Historical Preservation Office of the Muscogee (Creek) Nation. This accurate and well-researched book for students in grade 3 to 6 contains numerous colour photographs as well as appropriate archival images.

Price: $32.50

Cherokee, The (Watts Library), paper ed

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The Cherokee is a children's book for grades four to seven about the history and culture of the Cherokee from the Indians of the Americas series published by Franklin Watts. Author Liz Sonneborn retells a brief version of the Cherokee creation story but refers to it as a tale. She does include the term Cherokee People use to refer to themselves and discusses their traditional homeland in the American Southeast. The first chapter covers their traditional culture only briefly and describes the Green Corn ceremony as a great feast to celebrate the new year.

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Iroquois, The (Watts Library), paper ed OUT OF PRINT

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OUT OF PRINT This title is no longer available from the publisher The Iroquois is a children's book for grades four to seven about the history and culture of the Iroquois from the Indians of the Americas series published by Franklin Watts. Author Liz Sonneborn begins the book with a chapter on The Great Peace. In this overview of the Peacemaker and the coming of the Great Law to the Iroquois, the author tells one version of the story. The author relies on the standard anthropological viewpoint that the Confederacy was formed sometime between 1400 and 1500.

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Seminole, The (Watts Library), paper ed

$9.99

The Seminole is a children's book for grades four to seven about the history and culture of the Seminole from the Indians of the Americas series published by Franklin Watts. Author Liz Sonneborn describes the Seminole as an amalgamation of several Native Nations including the Creek, Yamasee, Apalachee and others Indians during the 1700s. The Seminole live in the Southeast culture area of the United States. The author provides the standard anthropological description of the cultural practices of these Southeast Indians.

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New York Public Library Amazing Native American History: A Book of Answers for Kids, The, paper ed

$23.95

The New York Public Library Amazing Native American History: A Book of Answers for Kids follows a question-and-answer format in organized helpful, introductory information about the culture and history of Native Americans. Reading Level: 8.0.

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American Indian Lives - Performers OUT OF PRINT

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OUT OF PRINT This title is no longer available from the publisher American Indian Lives - Performers profiles the achievements of eight Native North Americans in the entertainment business. Beginning with performers in the late 1800s, the author has chosen to focus on the lives of Mohawk entertainer E. Pauline Johnson and Luther Standing Bear, a Teton Sioux performer with Wild West shows. The profiles detail the life of each performer and describe their professional careers and achievements.

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