Michigan Native Americans: A Kid’s Look at Our State’s Chiefs, Tribes, Reservations, Powwows, Lore & More from the Past & the Present (Carole Marsh State Books)

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Michigan Native Americans: A Kid’s Look at Our State’s Chiefs,
Tribes, Reservations, Powwows, Lore & More from the Past & the Present
(Carole Marsh State Books)

Book title: Michigan Native Americans: A Kid’s Look at Our State’s Chiefs, Tribes, Reservations, Powwows, Lore & More from the Past & the Present (Carole Marsh State Books)

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Author: Carole Marsh

Book Description:
This children’s resource book is full of great information about Native Americans in Michigan. The alphabetical order applied to these facts keeps interest high and they are a great starting point for further learning. Wish there were more hands-on activity ideas to do with Elementary aged children.

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