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There are 8 titles in this set.
Crafted to meet Common Core critical thinking standards, this series focuses on the history, culture, and modern lives of American Indians. Sidebars, infographics, historical images, and fact boxes support and enhance the informative and engaging text.
The Trail of Tears marked the low point in Cherokee history. The survivors of that deadly event set a new course, rebuilding their lives in an unfamiliar land.
The Chumash thrived along the Pacific coast in California for centuries. But eventually new settlers wanted their land and forced the Chumash into a new way of ...
The Trail of Tears tragedy in Creek history reminds the Creek how far they've come. The Muscogee people rebuilt their lives in a new territory and adapted to ...
The Iroquois Confederacy served as model for the founding fathers who wrote the U.S. Constitution. The Iroquois today continue their proud tradition of ...
The Long Walk to forced imprisonment in eastern New Mexico still haunts the Navajo people. But after years of suffering they were allowed to return to their ...
The Great Lakes region and parts of Canada were home to the Ojibwe. But the Anishinaabe suffered great losses of land and other broken treaties when settlers ...
Present-day Virginia was home to the early Powhatan tribes. But settlers were eager to explore the rich land and the rivers in the area. The Powhatan were ...
Vast stretches of land in the Midwest and West were home to the Sioux. But the proud tribes fell victim to a series of broken treaties and unkept promises.
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