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Books Books 1 - 10 of about 45 related to Winged Moccasins: The Story of Sacajawea.    

Cubby in Wonderland

Frances Joyce Farnsworth - Fiction - 2005 - 144 pages
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Marco and that curious cat

John T. Foster - Juvenile Fiction - 1970 - 186 pages
Marco, amateur detective, has just four days to solve the mystery of Shady Hall aided by two helpers and a large black cat.
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Famous American explorers

Bern Keating - Juvenile Nonfiction - 1972 - 92 pages
Traces the journeys and adventures of those who explored the North American continent including the Spanish conquistadores, the Vikings, French Voyageurs, and mountain men.
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Snowshoe trek to Otter River

David Budbill, Bill Bud, Lorence F. Bjorklund - Juvenile Fiction - 1976 - 83 pages
Three short stories relate the adventures of twelve-year-old Daniel and his friend Seth while camping in the woods alone and together.
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Indian festivals

Paul Showers - History - 1969 - 40 pages
Describes the ancient celebrations still observed by many American Indians including the Seminoles, Zunis, Eskimos, and Cheyennes.
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Horse of two colors

Glenn Balch - Fiction - 1969 - 170 pages
After two years of captivity a young Nez Percé Indian escapes from the Spanish settlement and begins a long and tragic journey to his home in the north, taking with him the ...
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Mavericks

Jack Schaefer, Lorence F. Bjorklund - Juvenile Fiction - 1967 - 184 pages
Waiting out his last days, an aged cowman relives his life as a carefree ranch hand.
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Tomás and the Red Headed Angel

Marion Garthwaite - Indians of North America - 1950 - 190 pages
In the romantic days when California was ruled by the Spaniards, Angelita, a beautiful, spirited, red-headed girl, daughter of one of the great Spanish families, befriended a ...
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Faces of the frontier

Lorence F. Bjorklund - History - 1967 - 119 pages
Portraits in word and pencil, describing typical characters who followed the American frontier westward. Fifty-four sketches include the cowboy, train robber, rancher's woman ...
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Horses; how they came to be

Julian May - Pets - 1968 - 36 pages
Traces the evolution of the horse, from the early short legged relatives of eohippus through other prehistoric species to the modern horse.
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