The Inuit people have inhabited their northern homelands since ancient times. Readers discover the many facets of ancient Inuit life and the way it still reflected in modern Inuit culture. They explore Inuit hunting methods and art, as well as many other topics that meet common social studies curriculum standards. This information is presented through engaging main text, eye-catching fact boxes, and detailed maps. Readers also learn through colorful...
"Indigenous Peoples' Day is about celebrating! The second Monday in October is a day to honor Native American people, their histories, and cultures. People mark the day with food, dancing, and songs. Readers will discover how a shared holiday can have multiple traditions and be celebrated in all sorts of ways"--
An introduction to the Cheyenne people, explaining who they are, reviewing the history of the Cheyenne, looking at how the Cheyenne lived, their beliefs, and rituals, and discussing the Council of Forty-Four.
The Chickasaw Nation is the thirteenth largest federally recognized tribe in the United States. This text provides a comprehensive history of the Chickasaw people, whose roots date back before recorded history. Written to support elementary social studies curricula, the text covers the history of the Chickasaw Nation in the Southeastern Woodlands, the tribe's ways of life, customs, and traditions, as well as the present and future of today's people...
The Sioux are one of many Native American nations that lived on the Great Plains. They did not originate there, however. Europeans first encountered the Sioux in what is now Wisconsin and Minnesota. Learn more in The Sioux, one of the titles in the Native American Art and Culture series.
Nearly 1,000 years ago, a group of Native Americans called the Pueblo lived in small villages made of stone and mud. Today, most Pueblo live in cities. Learn more in The Pueblo, one of the titles in the Native American Art and Culture series.
"Rodeo riders are honored athletes--skilled, smart, and tough. It takes brains, muscles, and a lot of practice to wrestle a racing steer to the ground or stay on top of a bucking, twisting bronco. Rodeo is the number-one mose exciting sport out West. Not so sure? Take a look."--Provided by publisher.