36 Results
36 Results
The Plains people —Hewitt, Sally.

Describes the traditional way of life of the Indians of the Great Plains. Includes activities in which common items represent what the Indians used, such as making a buffalo skin tipi out of brown paper.

Life among the Great Plains Indians —Rice, Earle. Jr., 1928-

Describes the everyday life of the Native Americans living on the Great Plains before the coming of the Europeans, covering their religion, social customs, government, and art.

Plains Indians —Hayden, Kate.

Describes the dwellings, family life, food, and customs of the Plains Indians. Includes related craft projects and activities.

Indians of the Plains and Great Basin —Fitzgerald, Stephanie.

"A discussion of the Indians of the Plains, including who they were, where they lived, the rise of civilization, social structure, religion, art and architecture, science and technology, daily life, entertainment and spo...

Daily life in a Plains Indian village, 1868 —Bad Hand

Depicts the historical background, social organization, and daily life of a Plains Indian village in 1868, presenting interiors, landscapes, clothing, and everyday objects.

My Indian boyhood —Standing Bear, Luther, 1868?-1939.

The native American author describes how he was raised in the ancestral ways of the Sioux during the time when the tribe was in its last days, becoming a successful hunter and warrior before leaving to attend the Carlisl...

Tepee —Rau, Dana Meachen, 1971-

Describes the architecture, construction, and interior of a tepee.

How would you survive as an American Indian? —Steedman, Scott.

Describes the everyday life and customs of various Plains Indian tribes during the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries in North America.

The inside story Tepee —Rau, Dana Meachen, 1971-

"Describes the architecture, construction, and interior of a teepee"--Provided by publisher.

Buffalo —Brodsky, Beverly.

Presents paintings and tribal song-poems that express the buffalo's essential and sacred role on the plains.

Slow road to Brownsville : a journey through the heart of the Old West —Reynolds, David, 1948- author.

In Slow Road to Brownsville, David Reynolds embarks on a road trip along Highway 83, a little-known two-lane highway built in 1926 that runs from Swan River, Manitoba, to the Mexican border at Brownsville, Texas, on the ...

People of the plains & prairies —Thompson, Linda, 1941-

Discusses the people of the plains and prairies, their origin, history, daily lives and customs, and their beliefs.

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