Seventeenth Century Native American Lifeways in Northeastern North America
Woodland Windows offers a unique portal to catch rare glimpses of
Native Americans that lived in the Northeast United States in the 1600s.|
and adults alike, will enjoy learning about many of the daily activities of Eastern Woodland
Indians through a series of twelve detail rich watercolor scenes.
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These illustrations, each accompanied by accurate, in-depth descriptive text, have been
fully researched by the author/artist.
Tara Prindle is a professional Archaeologist with a Masters degree in Anthropology. She has enjoyed investigating Eastern Woodland cultures for many decades.
|Plus exclusive Stone Tool and Clay Pottery Chronologies!|
|Measuring 9 inches (height) by 8 1/2 inches (width), this book has 20 vivid color pages, laser printed on bright white, heavy 32 lb., 25% cotton paper, with a laminated soft cover and sturdy comb binding.|
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