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Murdoch, David Hamilton, and Lynton Gardiner. North American Indian. New York: Dorling Kindersley, 2000. Print.
This full-color reference features facts and color photos of everything from an Arapaho toy horse to North Greenland Inuit snow goggles. Kids will see a bear-claw necklace, discover the meanings of totem poles, find out how a bow drill works, and learn about many aspects of Native American life, from hunting techniques and seasonal dwellings to religious rites and rituals.
David Murdoch is Principal Teaching Fellow in the School of History at the University of Leeds. Educated at Sidney Sussex College, Cambridge, and Liverpool University, Dr. Murdoch has written widely on American History and has been a Fellow of the Royal Historic Society since 1980.
Grades 4-5, ages 9-10, Native American history, non-fiction