Iroquois (Spotlight on Native Americans)

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This volume traces the history of the Iroquois people, from their storied past through the contributions of Native Americans today. With text written to support elementary social studies curricula, readers learn how the Iroquois Confederacy has shaped the land and the ways of life of the people living on it both in the past and today. Historical photographs and primary sources provide opportunities for additional learning.

Pages: 32

Pages: 32

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The Haudenosaunee people, who were called the Iroquois, had an important role in the history of Native Americans in North America. Read about their unique history and culture, including information about their language, beliefs, and traditions. The language in this book is somewhat elevated for an upper grammar student because of numerous Native American references.

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