The Hunter S Promise

Author: Joseph Bruchac
Editor: Wisdom Tales
ISBN: 9781937786434
Size: 11,92 MB
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"Promise to remember me" was the only thing that the mysterious woman had ever said to him. She had appeared from nowhere one day, when the hunter had been alone during the long winter months. Just as suddenly she had disappeared, but the hunter was sure he would keep his promise and see her once again. Join world-renowned storyteller Joseph Bruchac and award-winning illustrator Bill Farnsworth, as they recount this ancient Abenaki tale.

Standards Based Lesson Plans For The Busy Elementary School Librarian

Author: Joyce Keeling
Editor: ABC-CLIO
ISBN: 1440851336
Size: 19,85 MB
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This helpful resource provides all-new tested, standard-based lessons accompanied by reproducible handouts and easy-to-follow directions. • Furnishes tested, ready-made lessons and reproducible handouts for every grade level K–5 • Provides a time-saving tool for school librarians and educators in teaching integrated information literacy skills • Features lessons that are coordinated with the Common Core State Standards, the McREL Compendium of Standards and Benchmarks, and the AASL Information Literacy Standards

The Scalp Hunters

Author: Alfred E. Kayworth
Editor: Branden Books
ISBN: 0828320756
Size: 15,62 MB
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Traffic in human scalps was part of the Colonial economy, an activity avidly pursued by Indians, French and English, in New England, New York and Canada.

Scotland Farewell

Author: Donald MacKay
Editor: Dundurn
ISBN: 9781896219127
Size: 15,66 MB
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This is the story of the first Highland Scots who sailed to Pictou, Nova Scotia, in 1773 aboard the brig Hector their hardships, resourcefulness, and ultimate success.

The Story Of Ellacoya

Author: Jeanne Clark
Editor: Beech River Books
ISBN: 0979377897
Size: 18,37 MB
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"A prose poem saga that celebrates female strength and wisdom, as personified in the fictional story of an Abenaki heroine"--Provided by publisher.

Northeast Indians

Author: Craig A. Doherty
Editor: Infobase Publishing
ISBN: 0816059683
Size: 12,36 MB
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Details the history and culture of Native Americans of the Northeast, discussing their family life, houses, clothes, tools, transportation, daily life, how they live today, and important people and events.

The Common Pot

Author: Lisa Tanya Brooks
Editor: U of Minnesota Press
ISBN: 0816647836
Size: 15,91 MB
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Literary critics frequently portray early Native American writers either as individuals caught between two worlds or as subjects who, even as they defied the colonial world, struggled to exist within it. In striking counterpoint to these analyses, Lisa Brooks demonstrates the ways in which Native leadersa including Samson Occom, Joseph Brant, Hendrick Aupaumut, and William Apessa adopted writing as a tool to reclaim rights and land in the Native networks of what is now the northeastern United States.

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Pocahontas

Author: Joseph Bruchac
Editor: Houghton Mifflin Harcourt
ISBN: 0547351054
Size: 18,46 MB
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In 1607, when John Smith and his "Coatmen" arrive in Powhatan to begin settling the colony of Virginia, their relations with the village's inhabitants are anything but warm. Pocahontas, the beloved daughter of the Powhatan chief, is just eleven, but this astute young girl plays a fateful, peaceful role in the destinies of two peoples. Drawing from the personal journals of John Smith, American Book Award winner Joseph Bruchac reveals an important chapter of history through the eyes of two legendary figures. Includes an afterword, a glossary, and other historical context.