A Braid of Lives

A Braid of Lives

Native American Childhood

Book - 2000
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This moving collection of first-person narratives celebrates the individuality and variety of the Native American experience. Men and women representing many Native American groups speak about childhood and growing up--games and rites of passage, education and learning, tradition and change. This companion volume to Neil Philip's acclaimed IN A SACRED MANNER I LIVE is touching and dramatic, easily accessible to young readers, who will identify with its celebration of universal childhood experiences. Introduction, indexes of speakers/writers and Indian nations, suggestions for further reading, source notes.
Publisher: New York : Clarion Books, 2000.
ISBN: 9780395645284
039564528X
Branch Call Number: j 973.0497 BRAID OF
Characteristics: iii, 81 pages : illustrations ; 26 cm.
Additional Contributors: Philip, Neil

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