The Indian how Book

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Courier Corporation, 1931 - Juvenile Nonfiction - 335 pages
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Enhanced by 51 illustrations, this eye-opening work tells how Native Americans made fire, teepees, bark houses, canoes, war bonnets, animal traps, fishhooks, arrowheads, wampum, masks, colors, rawhide, baskets, poetry, hats, and moccasins, plus how they courted, married, treated women, walked, bathed, smelled, cut their hair, told jokes, danced, sang, and much more.
 

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Contents

I
13
II
15
III
18
IV
24
V
29
VI
35
VII
41
VIII
44
XXXVII
181
XXXVIII
183
XXXIX
188
XL
195
XLI
199
XLII
203
XLIII
213
XLIV
216

IX
49
X
51
XI
55
XII
57
XIII
59
XIV
61
XV
66
XVI
76
XVII
77
XVIII
89
XIX
97
XX
99
XXI
102
XXII
105
XXIII
108
XXIV
112
XXV
113
XXVI
117
XXVII
118
XXVIII
121
XXIX
126
XXX
128
XXXI
144
XXXII
153
XXXIII
155
XXXIV
157
XXXV
165
XXXVI
176
XLV
221
XLVI
223
XLVII
226
XLVIII
229
XLIX
232
L
237
LI
240
LII
245
LIII
248
LIV
250
LV
253
LVI
257
LVII
259
LVIII
263
LIX
277
LX
279
LXI
282
LXII
286
LXIII
291
LXIV
305
LXV
311
LXVI
315
LXVII
321
LXVIII
323
LXIX
327
LXX
331
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