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Native Peoples of North America By Susan Stebbins
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Native Peoples of North America is intended to be an introductory text about the Native peoples of North America (primarily the United States and Canada) presented from an anthropological... More > perspective. As such, the text is organized around anthropological concepts such as language, kinship, marriage and family life, political and economic organization, food getting, spiritual and religious practices, and the arts. Prehistoric, historic and contemporary information is presented. Each chapter begins with an example from the oral tradition that reflects the theme of the chapter. The text includes suggested readings, videos, and classroom activities.< Less
Cacti native to South America By Pavel Davydov Sr.
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The book represents cacti in bloom native to South America. Recommended for all cactus lovers and collectors. Photos cover major cactus species growing in wild habitats.
2020 The Nativity By EM
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calendars made of cardboard best quality by: EM holidays: america-english The Nativity 2020
Native Homeland By Bill Archer
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When a young Irish boy's grandfather suddenly disappears during the height of the Great Potato Famine, the boy decides to try and find him. His search takes him to England and to America, where he... More > crosses the continent following rumors, learning about America and the Native Americans along the way.< Less
Native Homeland By Bill Archer
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A young Irish boy's grandfather suddenly disappears for no apparent reason during the height of the Great Potato Famine. The boy eventually decides to find the old man, and in doing so undertakes an... More > adventure that takes him to the boat-building world of London, a sea crossing, followed by years of travel across the new world of America, following rumors of his grandfather and meeting famous characters along the way, all to the backdrop of the Indian wars and the political posturing of a chaotic nation's capital, all seeking a permanent and just settlement to the "Indian question."< Less
NATIVES in the NEWS By DONALD BURGESS
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A collection of newspaper articles containing the First Peoples of Southern California and parts of North America from the years 1850-1930 from Santa Barbara to San Diego to Fresno to Blythe;... More > representing the 6 counties of Southern California Some of these early newspapers chronicled the activites of the Natives of California very closely, especially when hostility was apparent. These papers warned the local settlers, missions and others of possible dangers from bandits, "Indian Outbreaks" and political decisions. An historical background and perspective is also given by historians and the author. Many of the articles in these newspapers are what history books are composed of, yet, very few books appear in this exact form, written by the participants and observers,which represents the same time, place and circumstance of the events. Contains over 250,000 words and 650 pages.< Less
NATIVES in the NEWS By DONALD BURGESS
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A collection of newspaper articles containing the First Peoples of Southern California and parts of North America from the years 1850-1930 from Santa Barbara to San Diego to Fresno to Blythe;... More > representing the 6 counties of Southern California Some of these early newspapers chronicled the activites of the Natives of California very closely, especially when hostility was apparent. These papers warned the local settlers, missions and others of possible dangers from bandits, "Indian Outbreaks" and political decisions. An historical background and perspective is also given by historians and the author. Many of the articles in these newspapers are what history books are composed of, yet, very few books appear in this exact form, written by the participants and observers,which represents the same time, place and circumstance of the events. Contains over 250,000 words and 650 pages.< Less
My Journey Into Native America: Behind the dreamcatchers By Dave Jones
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This is the story of an Englishman throwing himself into a different world. A culture completely alien to him. You are invited along on his journey, to take part in his learning experience. To gain... More > an awareness and understanding of Native America from teachings by the people themselves. Initially they are his guides, they soon become his friends, and he becomes their ally. This is not all dreamcatchers and proverbs, this is the real Native America. The truth about the struggles from the past that continue through to the present day. The writer’s passion for the people is evident throughout. The fact that all profits from sales of this book go to Native American charities displays the author’s affections towards the indigenous people of America. Mitakuye Oyasin (We are all related. We are all as one within the Universe)< Less
Bacon's Rebellion: First Native Martyrs in America By R. T. Crowder
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R. T. Crowder of Gloucester, Virginia, prepared this brief history of Bacon's 17th century rebellion. He quotes freely from 17th century documents pertaining to the subject. Relatively brief, but... More > thourough account for those with a passing interest in the subject. New, Complete index added.< Less
Native American Legends By Matthew Reynolds
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The Native American people believed it better to learn from and worship the Earth rather than to try and master it. These are just a few of the lessons taught by the Great Spirit.

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