Native Americans of the Great Lakes

Native Americans of the Great Lakes

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When the first Europeans arrived in the Great Lakes region in the early seventeenth century, Native Americans in the Great Lakes region had their own thriving civilization that included a culture rich in religion, self-government, and history. They were individual farmers, hunters, politicians, warriors, artisans, and healers. Native Americans of the Great Lakes details the fascinating lives of America's lust people.
Publisher: San Diego : Lucent Books, c2000
ISBN: 9781560065685
Branch Call Number: 977.00497 Kal
Characteristics: 112 p. : ill


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