Indians of the Northwest

By: Rochelle Cashdan

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Book Details: 64 pages, 5.5 x 4, paperback / softcover, History Compass


The natives of the Northwestern region of this continent had shared the land with the animals and plants of the forests, plains, rivers, and oceans for thousands of years, before the arrival of the white man. Since then, they have faced an on-going struggle to maintain the right to use these lands and waterways, preserve their sacred ancestral grounds, and continue to live their lives within the framework and traditions of the cultural heritage of the many tribes, which together are called the Northwest Indians. This book documents some of their experiences and challenges in their own words, from retelling their early stories of creation to social and political topics in the present time.

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64 pages, 5.5 x 4, paperback / softcover, History Compass

Title: Indians of the Northwest

Author: Rochelle Cashdan

Categories: Native American,

Publisher: History Compass:

ISBN Number: 157960014X

ISBN Number 13: 9781579600143

Binding: paperback / softcover

Book Details: 64 pages, 5.5 x 4, paperback / softcover, History Compass

Seller ID: 60014X