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This publication provides teachers with a practical resource of information on the early history, cultural heritage, and traditions of Native people in Manitoba. Sections 1 and 2 draw from archeological evidence and oral tradition, respectively, to present two different perspectives on the origins and lifeways of early peoples. The academic historical account covers: (1) settlement of Manitoba by waves of migrating peoples from 11,000 to 1,000 years ago, early technical innovations, trade...
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This bibliography includes materials that supplement an original 1980 edition. As in the earlier edition, this bibliography provides teachers and librarians with information about instructional materials related to North American Indians, Inuit, and Metis. Information is categorized into three sections titled after the three groups. Each section contains print and audiovisual materials. Each entry includes the library call number, the authors, the publisher, the date of publication, and an...
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A description of how the Karuk Indians of northwestern California gathered and prepared acorns for food includes illustrations and Karuk words for utensils and processes. The booklet explains how women of the tribe gathered, dried, stored, cracked, ground, leached, and cooked acorns to make acorn soup. Illustrations supplement descriptions of storage baskets, pestles, sifters, and cooking techniques. (LFL)
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Lessons used in a Hupa bilingual class during the 1986-87 academic year are compiled in this manual, which was generated cooperatively by the Hupa teachers. The lessons are arranged in a progression from easier to harder and cover vocabulary, conversations, verbs, holidays, and stories. The first two chapters present basic vocabulary terms for numbers, body parts, clothing, animals, colors, musical instruments, weather, time, and talking about one's self--family members, places, pets, favorite...
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A description of basket weaving techniques and materials used by the Karuk Indians of northwestern California includes illustrations and Karuk language terms so that the booklet may be used to enrich Karuk bilingual classes as well as to interest knowledgeable basketweavers. A section on materials discusses identifying, gathering, and preparing willow and hazel sticks; sugar pine, pine, and willow roots; bear grass; woodwardia and maidenhair ferns; porcupine quills; and alder bark and moss for...
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