8 edition of Book of American Indian games. found in the catalog.
|Statement||Illus. and diagrs. by Paulette Jumeau.|
|LC Classifications||E98.G2 M25|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||284|
|LC Control Number||58011522|
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"American Indian Games," by Jay Miller, is a good educational book for younger readers. It has an easy-to-read text, and is richly illustrated with many photographs. This book tells about many of the games and toys of Native Americans, both in the past Book of American Indian games.
book present.3/5(2). The Macfarlans' classic collection of ingenious Native American games, first published inremains a wonderful source of both game ideas and insights into Native American cultures. The two combine easily since many games are based on skills children would need as adults or on the legends of their tribe.
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And that's just the beginning. Continuing a nearly fifty-year tradition, True Books are authoritative introductions to topics children yearn to Brand: Scholastic Library Publishing. American Indian Games By Jay Miller This book briefly describes some of the toys and games used by various North American Indian cultures for amusement and to teach lessons about Information: Each book in this subset covers the history of an.
This volume is the most complete work ever prepared on the games of the North American Indians. Based on the finest museum collections in the world, on travel and ethnographic accounts, and on the author's own numerous trips gathering data from many North American Indian tribes around the turn of the century, it contains virtually everything known about Indian games and illustrations of 5/5(1).
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