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.
An introduction to the cultural diversity of Native Americans, from prehistoric to present times.
Native Peoples of North America is a supplementary study unit for key stage 3 of national curriculum history.
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