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The New York Public Library Amazing Native American History
A Parents' Choice Award Book
In this recent entry in the series, Liz Sonneborn offers a comprehensive, accessible portrait of Native American history, through questions such as:
- Why did the Mound Builders build mounds?
- Who fought in the French and Indian War? What was the Trail of Tears?
- Who was Sitting Bull?
- What is a powwow?
Packed with lists, photographs, illustrations, fun facts, and sidebars, this volume, like the others in this popular series, serves as both an entertaining, enlightening primer on the subject and an incentive for further research. As such, it's an ideal addition to any home or classroom library.
170 pages, illustrated. Published by John Wiley & Sons, Inc., 1999.
Paperback. 12.95. ISBN0-471-33204-6.