Series: Tribes of Native America.
Series: Tribes of Native America. It is written in a style adequate for people from 10 to 18 years of age and/or for adults who are interested in only a limited overview of the subject matter.
Tribes of Native America - Seminole. by Marla Felkins Ryan, Linda Schmittroth. Coauthors & Alternates. ISBN 9781567116304 (978-1-56711-630-4) Hardcover, Blackbirch Press, 2002. Find signed collectible books: 'Tribes of Native America - Seminole'. Learn More at LibraryThing. Linda Schmittroth at LibraryThing.
Published by Blackbirch Pr Inc, 2002. 1. Tribes of Native America: Shawnee. Marla Felkins Ryan, Linda Schmittroth. Published by Blackbirch Press (2002). ISBN 10: 1567116310, ISBN 13: 9781567116311. ISBN 10: 1567116310 ISBN 13: 9781567116311.
Looks at the history, daily life, and customs of the Crow people, known for their horsemanship. Format:Library Binding. ISBN13:9781567116236. Release Date:November 2002.
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This was a gift for a very close friend who is of the Cree tribe, she but knows very little about her culture.
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Ojibwa Indians, Indians of North America, Native Americans, Ojibwa . 32 pages : 24 cm. Associated-names. Ryan, Marla Felkins; Schmittroth, Linda.
Ojibwa Indians, Indians of North America, Native Americans, Ojibwa Indians - History - Juvenile literature, Ojibwa Indians - Social life and customs - Juvenile literature, Ojibwa Indians - Social life and customs, Native Americans - North America, Native Americans. San Diego : Blackbirch Press.
Tribes of Native America: Shoshone. The two worked as interpreters and they helped Lewis and Clark communicate with Native Americans. Marla Felkins Ryan and Linda Schmittroth, Eds. Blackbirch Press, 2003. Reproduced in Kids InfoBits. The explorers traveled through what is now Missouri, Kansas, Nebraska, Iowa, South Dakota, Montana, Idaho, Washington, and Oregon. They met many Native American tribes. Thanks to Sacagawea, the explorers were able to become friends with Native Americans. 20 Lewis and Clark reached the Pacific Ocean in November 1805. They returned home in September 1806.