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by Struan Reid,Philippa Wingate

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Author:
Struan Reid,Philippa Wingate
ISBN13:
978-1580868006
ISBN:
1580868002
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Publisher:
Usborne Pub Ltd; Act edition (January 1, 2005)
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Subcategory:
Geography & Cultures
ePub file:
1751 kb
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1751 kb
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Rating:
4.8
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135

Who were the first Americans? is packed full of fun and facts which answer the first questions a child asks about . I used this book in a unit study about the North Americans with my daughter

Who were the first Americans? is packed full of fun and facts which answer the first questions a child asks about American history. It invites the reader to travel a continent. I used this book in a unit study about the North Americans with my daughter. We appreciated how the book was presented, with little blokcs of information and good pictures, as well as the little blocks entitled, "Did you know?" The information is easy to understand and well written. Barbara (homeschooler).

Philippa Wingate, Struan Reid. Be the first to ask a question about Who Were The First North Americans? Lists with This Book. This informational book about Native Americans is written in the form of question-and-answer, and gives a wide overview of several native cultures, answering questions in ways that apply to many native cultures and in ways that apply only to specific native cultures. This book is appropriate for a fourth through sixth grade classroom; while it is a picture book, it contains a lot of information and conveys some of that with some advanced vocabulary.

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Actually, the first Americans came from asia. These are the people we know as Native Americans. Then came the English settlers. These people wanted to claim America, even though the Native Americans were already living here!

Actually, the first Americans came from asia. They crossed over to North America by a land bridge. They did not know this was a land bridge, though. They were simply following the herds of animals that they hunted. These people wanted to claim America, even though the Native Americans were already living here! By now, the Native Americans had found there way through what we now call Canada, the . Mexico, and South America.

This book details the growth of the European Fur trade in North America and how it drew the Native Americans who lived in the Great . However, slowly the Indians were pushed westward by the encroachment of more settlers.

This book details the growth of the European Fur trade in North America and how it drew the Native Americans who lived in the Great Lakes region, notably the Huron, Dakota, Sauk and Fox, Miami and Shawnee tribes into the colonial European Wars. During the French and Indian War, the American Revolution, and the War of 1812, these tribes took sides and became important allies of the warring nations.

  • I was very disappointed by this book, and if I were Native American, I might even be offended by it. The book attempts to generalize too much about a very diverse group of tribes and native groups, and it conflates time so much that it isn't always clear what happened prehistorically, what happened at contact, and what is true today. Many of the comments about Native Americans play to stereotypes (scalping is implied to be universal, for instance), and there are a few details that are just plain wrong (corn and maize listed as separate foodstuffs). I suggest you look elsewhere if you want a factual and sensitive treatment of this subject.

  • I've only bought the book, so I cannot rate the kid kit. My husband actually IS north american and my children are 1st generation. The book is very general. I would suggest getting books on the actual tribe you are wanting to know more about. It's not completely accurate but I will still use it. We weren't offended at all and I read through it just reading the captions..they are hilarious! This is a really great book for younger children that get bored easily.

  • I used this book in a unit study about the North Americans with my daughter. We appreciated how the book was presented, with little blokcs of information and good pictures, as well as the little blocks entitled, "Did you know?" The information is easy to understand and well written.

    Barbara (homeschooler)