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Native American celebrations and ceremonies

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"Native American celebrations are packed with symbolic gestures and intriguing details. A kind of party called a potlatch, staged by native peoples of the Pacific Northwest, was marked by guests receiving gifts, not giving them, and were sometimes observed to get back at an enemy. This . . . volume about a high-interest aspect of native cultures highlights several celebrations like the potlatch as well as ceremonies important to Native Americans across North America"--Provided by publisher.

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Avon Free Library J 305.8 JAM (Text)
Children's Nonfiction

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