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What the eagle sees : Indigenous stories of rebellion and renewal

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"Indigenous people across Turtle Island have been faced with disease, war, broken promises, and forced assimilation. Despite crushing losses and insurmountable challenges, they formed new nations from the remnants of old ones, they adopted new ideas and built on them, they fought back, they kept their cultures alive, and they survived. Key events in Indigenous history with accounts of the people, places, and events that have mattered from the 12th century to present day are told from a vastly under-represented perspective--an Indigenous viewpoint."--

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Macedon Public Library JUV 970 YEL (Text)
Juvenile Nonfiction
52121300650661
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Victor Farmington Library YA 970.004 YEL (Text)
YA Nonfiction
52128300909369
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Victor Farmington Library YA 970.004 YEL (Text)
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52128300921133
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Wood Library Association - Canandaigua YA 970.004 YEL (Text)
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31846002864428
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Record details

  • ISBN: 9781773213293
  • ISBN: 1773213296
  • ISBN: 9781773213286
  • ISBN: 1773213288
  • Physical Description: 119 pages : color illustrations ; 24 cm
  • Publisher: Toronto ; Annick Press, [2019]

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Includes bibliographical references (pages 112-113) and index.
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"Indigenous people across Turtle Island have been faced with disease, war, broken promises, and forced assimilation. Despite crushing losses and insurmountable challenges, they formed new nations from the remnants of old ones, they adopted new ideas and built on them, they fought back, they kept their cultures alive, and they survived. Key events in Indigenous history with accounts of the people, places, and events that have mattered from the 12th century to present day are told from a vastly under-represented perspective--an Indigenous viewpoint."-- Provided by publisher.
Subject: Indigenous peoples > North America > History > Juvenile literature.
Indigenous peoples > North America > Juvenile literature.
Indigenous peoples > North America > Social conditions > Juvenile literature.
Indigenous peoples > North America > Social life and customs > Juvenile literature.
Indigenous peoples.
Indigenous peoples > Social conditions.
Indigenous peoples > Social life and customs.
North America.
Genre: History.
Juvenile works.


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