Informative, carefully researched coloring book depicts, in 39 detailed illustrations, native North Americans engaged in a host of arts and crafts: drum-making, carving totem poles, face and body painting, building a dugout canoe, making and painting ceramic pots, weaving rugs and blankets, preparing... read more
Customers who bought this book also bought:
Our Editors also recommend:
Indian Tribes of North America Coloring Book by Peter F. Copeland Thirty-eight carefully researched, accurate illustrations of Seminoles, Mohawk, Iroquois, Crow, Cherokee, Huron, other tribes engaged in hunting, dancing, cooking, other activities. Authentic costumes, dwellings, weapons, etc. Royalty-free. Introduction. Captions.
Indian Life in Pre-Columbian North America Coloring Book by John Green, Text by Stanley Appelbaum Forty-two carefully researched illustrations depict prehistoric Arctic Indians, cliff-dwellers of Southwest, woodland cultures of Northeast, more. Hunting, ceremonies, costume, games, religion, other aspects. Captions. Map.
Southeast Indians Coloring Book by Peter F. Copeland Thirty-nine carefully researched, excellently rendered illustrations depict ancient burial platforms, the funeral of a Choctaw chief, Natchez warriors of 1758, Seminole women, Chickasaw warriors serving the Confederacy (1862), and more.
Great Native Americans Coloring Book by Peter F. Copeland Accurately rendered portraits of 42 outstanding Native Americans, among them Geronimo, the famous Apache chieftain, Chief Joseph (Nez Percé), Pontiac (Ottawa), and Sitting Bull (Sioux). Captions.
Great Speeches by Native Americans by Bob Blaisdell These 82 speeches encompass 5 centuries of Indian encounters with nonindigenous peoples. Speakers include Chief Joseph, Sitting Bull, Tecumseh, Seattle, Geronimo, Crazy Horse, and many lesser-known leaders.
Native American Fun Kit by Dover Indian Tribes of North America Coloring Book, North American Indian Designs Stained Glass Coloring Book, Native American Princess Sticker Paper Doll with 22 costume stickers, 33 mazes, 40 full-color stickers, 18 easy-to-apply-and-remove tattoos, crayons.
Native American Masks Coloring Book by Dianne Gaspas 30 authentic disguises used in tribal rituals and recreation: Eskimo dance mask, Iroquois false face, Navaho ceremonial mask, Hopi Powamu mask, Kwakiutl bear mask, Tlingit raven mask, 24 others. Identifying captions.
Native American Mazes by Winky Adam Thirty-three entertaining mazes will help youngsters develop problem-solving abilities while they learn about Native American cultures. Children will lead a Hopi boy to his Kachina doll, guide a Pequot to his campfire, and more.
Native American Princess Sticker Paper Doll by Yuko Green Dress little Morning Star for a number of important tribal events. She comes with brightly colored outfits worn by the Shoshone, Kiowa, Apache, Cheyenne, Sioux, and Seminole. 1 doll, 22 costume stickers.
Native American Tales and Legends by Allan A. Macfarlan More than 30 stories, including creation myths, hero tales, trickster stories, as well as tales of little people, giants, and monsters, and of magic, enchantment, sorcery, and the spirit world.
Native American Tribal Tattoos by Anna Pomaska Eight designs, rendered in 4 subtle earth tones, reveal pictographs of a mythical figure, fleet-footed animals, a snake, and tribal members playing musical instruments. Safe and easy to apply.
Wigwams, Longhouses and Other Native American Dwellings by Bruce LaFontaine From adobe pueblos in the Southwest to a Chippewa birch bark wigwam in the Northeast — this carefully researched coloring book spotlights a wide array of Native American dwellings. 30 black-and-white illustrations.
Little Northwest Indian Girl Paper Doll by Kathy Allert Young children will love dressing the little Indian paper doll in renderings of clothing made of spruce wood, hats made of basketry, and much more. 1 paper doll.
Six North American Indian Portrait Cards by Winold Reiss Six handsome full-color depictions of Blackfoot tribespeople: dark-eyed beauty in native garment, medicine man with eagle wing, snug infant in cradle board, 3 others.
Indian Chiefs Tattoos by Jan Sovak Safe, temporary tattoos depict Indian chiefs in authentic war bonnets and headgear of the Oglala Sioux, Crow, Apache, Cheyenne, other tribes. Instructions. Identifications.
Indian Design Tattoos by Peter Linenthal Ten designs depict a Zuñi symbol for the sun from a Corn Dance headdress, a Kwakiutl totem figure representing a thunderbird, and other Native American motifs. Identifications.
Indian Designs Stained Glass Coloring Book by John Green Eight distinctive figures and objects: Hopi dancer, Navaho sand painting of a woman, Blackfoot Indian in headdress, Plains Indian teepee, Pueblo pottery jar, 3 others.
Indian Village Sticker Activity Book by Cathy Beylon Twenty-seven reusable stickers and a scenic backdrop let you travel back in time to visit a traditional North American Indian village.
Indian Why Stories by Frank B. Linderman, Charles M. Russell Delightful fables offer explanations of "Why the Chipmunk's Back is Striped," "How the Otter Skin Became Great Medicine," "How the Man Found His Mate," and "Why Blackfeet Never Kill Mice," more. 32 illustrations.
North American Indian Activity Book by Winky Adam Children can learn about the tribal cultures of the first Americans by completing crosswords and follow-the-dots puzzles, navigating simple mazes, and engaging in other easy activities. 32 different activities.
North American Indian Design Coloring Book by Paul Kennedy Seventy-one authentic examples of Indian design from Indian masks, beadwork, pottery, metal, stone, and wood selected and redrawn by Paul Kennedy. Eskimo, Northwest Coast, Pueblo, Navajo, Plains, Chippewa, and other tribes.
North American Indian Girl and Boy Paper Dolls by Kathy Allert 2 dolls, 31 traditional costumes: Apache coming-of-age dress, Pueblo deer dancer's costume, Inuit costume of the Far North, complete with ivory snow goggles and harpoon, many more.
North American Indian Tales by W. T. Larned Seven authentic Native American tales, among them "The Little Boy and Girl in the Clouds," "The Child of the Evening Star," and "The Boy Who Snared the Sun." 29 new illustrations.
Northwest Coast Indians Coloring Book by David Rickman Thirty-three line drawings depict traditional lifestyles, costumes of the Nootka, Chinook, Kwakiutl, and other tribes from late 18th- to early 20th centuries. Full captions. Introduction. 4 illustrations in color on covers.
Southwest Indian Design Stained Glass Coloring Book by Carol Krez Sixteen handsome designs, adapted from rare artifacts, provide an excellent introduction to Native American art and culture. Motifs depict geometrical and abstract patterns, images of animals, human figures, and more.
Southwest Indian Designs Coloring Book by Dianne Gaspas Clearly rendered illustrations on 30 pages display authentic designs taken from rugs, masks, sandpaintings, pottery, jewelry, baskets, and other artifacts created by southwestern Native Americans. Geometrical designs, Chumash rock painting, and more.
Southwest Indian Life Stickers by Steven James Petruccio 16 full-color stickers of native Americans painting pottery, carving a peace pipe, weaving a rug, on horseback, and more.
Southwest Indians Coloring Book by Peter F. Copeland Forty detailed illustrations: Navajo medicine man and braves, Apache chiefs, Hopi pottery makers, Pueblo flute player, drum makers of the Taos pueblo, Zuni turquoise driller, more. Captions.
Southwestern Indian Designs by Madeleine Orban-Szontagh Treasury of 250 royalty-free images, drawn from authentic motifs on Hopi ceremonial dress, Zuni shields, Anasazi pottery, Navajo jewelry, rugs and sand paintings, Pueblo pottery, and many more.
Tales of the North American Indians by Stith Thompson Nearly 100 myths and legends of heroes, journeys to the other world, animal wives and husbands, and even biblical subjects include "The Woman Who Fell from the Sky" (Seneca), "The Star Husband" (Ojibwa), and more.
Woodlands Indians Coloring Book by Peter F. Copeland Over 4 centuries of North American tribal life depicted in 41 accurately rendered illustrations: from Pequot and Massachusett hunters (1600s) to Mohawk construction workers (1970). Captions.
Informative, carefully researched coloring book depicts, in 39 detailed illustrations, native North Americans engaged in a host of arts and crafts: drum-making, carving totem poles, face and body painting, building a dugout canoe, making and painting ceramic pots, weaving rugs and blankets, preparing hides, more. Descriptive captions.
This book was printed in the United States of America.
Dover books are made to last a lifetime. Our US book-manufacturing partners produce the highest quality books in the world and they create jobs for our fellow citizens. Manufacturing in the United States also ensures that our books are printed in an environmentally friendly fashion, on paper sourced from responsibly managed forests.