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Native Peoples of North America: Diversity and Development (Cambridge History Programme)by Susan Edmonds
Synopses & Reviews
The Cambridge History Programme is an investigative course which: provides a coherent and progressive programme of History, is directly accessible to all pupils, and offers the teacher practical guidance on assessment.
Native Peoples of North America is a supplementary study unit for key stage 3 of national curriculum history.
An introduction to the cultural diversity of Native Americans, from prehistoric to present times.
Table of Contents
Introduction: Old wounds in a new world; NORTH AMERICA - THE FIRST PEOPLE: 1. Across the land bridge; 2. From hunters to farmers; 3. The mound builders; 4. Indians across America; NORTH AMERICA - LAND OF THE INDIAN TRIBES: 5. The Sioux nation; 6. Who can tell us about the Sioux?; 7. Horses on the Plains; 8. Life in an Indian camp; 9. Living off the buffalo; 10. Growing up the Sioux way; 11. Talking and writing; 12. The spirit of life; 13. Warriors and weapons; NORTH AMERICA - THE STRUGGLE FOR LAND: 14. Upsetting the balance; 15. Sioux on the war path; 16. Battle at Little Bighorn; NORTH AMERICA - LAND OF THE WHITE PEOPLE: 17. Adapting to reservation life; 18. Indians today; Attainment target grid; Attainment target focus; Index
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