Native Tribes of California and the Southwest
Gareth Stevens Publishing LLLP, Jan 4, 2004 - Juvenile Nonfiction - 64 pages
This series provides a comprehensive reference library on the Native nations and peoples of North America, covering essential information on 400 different tribes. Organized according to traditional geographical and cultural groupings, this collection provides an informative view of the diversity of Native North America, from the Canadian Arctic to the Rio Grande. Each volume features historical photographs, regional maps, historic and updated census information, a guide to prominent museums specializing in Native culture, and a comprehensive index to the tribes featured in all six volumes.
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