Forty-two carefully researched illustrations depict prehistoric Indians of the Arctic, woodland cultures in the Northeast, cliff dwellers of the Southwest, many more. Ready-to-color scenes include hunting, food-gathering, ceremonies, games, dances, and numerous other aspects of tribal life before the... read more
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Forty-two carefully researched illustrations depict prehistoric Indians of the Arctic, woodland cultures in the Northeast, cliff dwellers of the Southwest, many more. Ready-to-color scenes include hunting, food-gathering, ceremonies, games, dances, and numerous other aspects of tribal life before the European arrival. Introduction. Captions. Map.
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