As indigenous peoples of the "New World," Native Americans had established working societies long before Europeans arrived on the shores of North America. Each tribe had its own unique identity even as it shared certain traditions, customs, means of sustenance, housing patterns, and beliefs with neighboring groups in a given culture area. These volumes dig beneath the surface to examine what life truly was like for American Indians before, during, and after European settlement.
Number of Titles: 4
Interest Level: Grades 9-12
Reading Level: Grade 10
ISBN: 9781615308095 (Print) 9781615308552 (E-book)