1 edition of How would you survive as an American Indian? found in the catalog.
How would you survive as an American Indian?
Describes the everyday life and customs of various Plains Indian tribes during the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries in North America.
|Statement||written by Scott Steedman ; created and designed by David Salariya ; illustrated by Mark Bergin|
|Series||How would you survive? -- 8|
|Contributions||Salariya, David, Bergin, Mark, 1961- ill|
|LC Classifications||E78.G73 S775 1995|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||48 p. :|
|Number of Pages||48|
|LC Control Number||95016974|
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How Would You Survive as an American Indian. book. Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers. Each title transports the reader back in time /5(10). Get this from a library. How would you survive as an American Indian?. [Scott Steedman; David Salariya; Mark Bergin] -- Describes the everyday life and customs of various Plains Indian tribes during the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries in North America.
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Get this from a library. How would you survive as an American Indian?. [Scott Steedman; Mark Bergin] -- Describes the everyday life and customs of various Plains Indian tribes during the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries in North America.
Suggested level: intermediate, junior secondary. Find helpful customer reviews and review ratings for How Would You Survive As an American Indian (How Would You Survive Series) at Read /5.
My son was not at all interested in the American Indians, but after studying this book wanted to go back in time and live as they were when they roamed freely. Our family is proud of its American Indian ancestry, and this book did it justice/5. I totally disagree with the editorial regarding this book.
It is not over cluttered and the title is not offensive when you consider the book is telling a child how he or she would have lived as an American Indian from the climate, to what you'd eat, to what was inside the teepee and exactly how it was made/5(5).
Book Wizard; How Would You Survive. How Would You Survive as an American Indian. By Scott Steedman, illustrated by Mark Bergin. Grades. Genre. Non-Fiction Describes the everyday life and customs of various Plains Indian tribes during the.
Another involving new series from David Salariya, creator of the Timelines and X-Ray books. Each tire transports its reader back in time, and with a new identity, by giving detailed information on the aspects of life during a particular historical period.
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