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Native Americans

Native Americans #13A

 

Arrowhead collection in wooden box

Buffalo drum and drumstick

Totem pole

Indian feather rattle

Mandela of white rabbit fur with blue feathers

Native American photo Fun Activities (8  in manila envelope)

 

Clothing/jewelry:

Bead jewelry- red necklace

Brass armbands with red shoestring ties

Blue plaid male shirt

Breechcloth (blue and black cotton with red trim)

Leggings  (dark green wool)

Moccasins

Ribbon skirt

Leggings (black with red trim)

Indian dress (red ribbon trim)

Indian dress (adult- green floral)

Leather belt

Resin Native American figure

Cardboard loom

 

 

 

Books:

    American Indian Myths and Legends – edited by Erdoes and Ortiz

     Eyewitness North American Indian – David Murdoch

     The Trail of Tears – Joseph Bruchac (three copies)

     Ten Little Rabbits – Grossman and Long

     Coyote- A Trickster Tale from the American Southwest – G McDermott

     Cheyenne Again – Eve Bunting

     Knots on a Counting Rope – Martin and Archambault

     The Gift of the Sacred Dog – Paul Goble

     The Legend of the Indian Paintbrush -  Tomie dePaola

     Dragonfly’s Tale – Kristina Rodanas

     Native American Sign  Language – Madeline Olsen

     Totem Poles to Color and Cut Out – Steven Brown

     If You Lived With the Cherokee- Peter and Connie Roop

     If You lived With the Sioux Indians – Ann McGovern

     If  You Lived With the Hopi – Anne Kamma

     Grandmother’s Dreamcatcher – Becky Ray McCain

     Native Crafts – Maxine Trottier

     Traditional Native American Arts and Activities – Arlette N. Braman

     Native American Crafts and Skills – David Montgomery

     Daily life in a Plains Indian Village, 1868  - Michael Bad Hand Terry

     American Indian Fairy Tales – W. T. Larned

     How We Saw the World – C.J.Taylor

     Houses of Bark – Bonnie Shemie

     We Have a Story to Tell – teachers guide

 

Unit notebook –

“Inalienable Rights- Did They Apply During the  Boarding School Time of 1875-1920?”

 

 


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