North American IndiansBook - 1995
Examining great civilizations from around the world, looking at how they shaped our world today, this series takes an unusual approach to history. This book on Native Americans introduces the reader to the many different tribes that have developed and settled in various regions across America since the Ice Age. It focuses on important aspects of their history, culture and lifestyles such as where they came from, how they lived, what they ate, how they travelled and what they believed. The reader experiences these subjects through such activities as building a teepee, feathering a chieftain's headdress, making traditional corncakes, making model homes and canoes and learning to communicate with another tribe in sign language.
Publisher: London : Two-Can in association with Watts, 1995.
Characteristics: 63 p. : col. ill., mao ; 28 cm.