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100 Native Americans who shaped American history

Author: Bonnie Juettner Fernandes
Publisher: San Mateo, CA : A Bluewood Book, [2003] ©2003
Edition/Format:   Print book : Biography : Secondary (senior high) school : English : Bluewood books editionView all editions and formats
Summary:
Read about 100 diverse Native-Americans, including: Dekanawida, founder of the Iroquois Confederacy; Sacagawea, Lewis and Clarks's guide; the warrior Cochise; Medal of Freedom winner Annie Dodge Wauneka; author Sherman Alexie, Will Rogers, Jay Silverheels and many more.
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Genre/Form: Biographies
History
Biography
Biography Miscellanea
Material Type: Biography, Secondary (senior high) school
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Bonnie Juettner Fernandes
ISBN: 0912517514 9780912517513
OCLC Number: 51166496
Notes: Includes index.
Description: 112 pages : illustrations ; 23 cm
Contents: Dekanawida (C.1550-C.1600) --
Squanto (C.1580-1622) --
Massasoit (C.1580-1661) --
Pocahontas (C.1595-1617) --
Metacomet (C.1639-1676) --
Pope (C. Mid1600s-1690) --
Kateri Tekakwitha (C.1656-1680) --
Pontiac (C.1720-1769) --
Handsome Lake (C.1735-1815) --
Molly Brant (C.1736-1796) --
Nanye'hi (C.1738-1822) --
Joseph Brant (C.1742-1807) --
Sequoyah (C.1765-1843) --
Black Hawk (C.1767-1838) --
Tecumseh (C.1768-1813) --
Kennekuk (C.1785-1852) --
Sacajawea (C.1786-1812) --
Seathl (C.1788-1866) --
Mangas Colorado (C.1795-1863) --
Osceola (C.1804-1838) --
Black Kettle (C.1804-1868) --
Washakie (C.1804-1900) --
Stand Watie (C.1806-1871) --
Billy Bowlegs (C.1810-1864) --
Dull Knife (C.1810-1883) --
Cochise (C.1812-1874) --
Manuelito (C.1818-1894) --
Little Wolf (C.1820-1904) --
Red Cloud (C.1822-1909) --
Spotted Tail (C.1823-1881) --
Victorio (C.1825-1880) --
Big Foot (C.1825-1890) --
Ely Samuel Parker (C.1828-1895). Standing Bear (C.1829-1908) --
Geronimo (C.1829-1909) --
Sitting Bull (C.1831-1890) --
Kicking Bird (C.1835-1875) --
Datsolalee (C.1835-1925) --
Lozen (C.1840-1890) --
Chief Joseph (C.1840-1904) --
Crazy Horse (C.1842-1877) --
Sarah Winnemucca (C.1844-1891) --
Quanah Parker (C.1845-1911) --
Plenty Coups (C.1848-1932) --
Susette La Flesche (C.1854-1903) --
Francis La Flesche (C.1857-1932) --
Henry Chee Dodge (C.1857-1947) --
Charles Alexander Eastman (C.1858-1939) --
Nampeyo (C.1859-1942) --
Charles Curtis (C.1860-1936) Susan La Flesche (C.1865-1915) --
Amos Bad Heart Bull (C.1869-1913) --
Gertrude Simmons Bonnin (C.1876-1938) --
Will Rogers (C.1879-1935) --
Maria Martinez (C.1880-1980) --
Clinton Rickard (C.1882-1971) --
Charles Albert Bender (C.1883-1954) --
Clarence Tinker (C.1887-1942) --
Jim Thorpe (C.1888-1953) --
Ella Cara Deloria (C.1889-1971) --
Lucy Lewis (C.1895-1992) --
Ben Reifel (C.1906-1990) --
Annie Dodge Wauneka (C.1910-1997) --
Elizabeth Peratrovich (C.1911-1958) --
Howard Rock (C.1911-1976) --
Jay Silverheels (C.1912-1980). Oscar Howe (C.1915-1983) --
Pablita Velarde (C.1918- ) --
Ira Hayes (C.1923-1955) --
Betty Mae Tiger Jumper (1923- ) --
David Sohappy (C.1925-1991) --
Maria Tallchief (C.1925- ) --
Ladonna Harris (C.1931- ) --
Louis Ballard (C.1931- ) --
Dennis Banks (C.1932- ) --
Fred Begay (C.1932- ) --
Ben Nighthorse Campbell (C.1933- ) --
Vine Deloria, Jr (C.1933- ) --
Janet McCloud (C.1934- ) --
N. Scott Momaday (C.1934- ) --
Ada E. Deer (C.1935- ) --
Peterson Zah (C.1937- ) --
Billy Mills (C.1938- ) --
Ramona Bennett (C.1938- ) --
Clyde Bellecourt (C.1939- ) --
Paula Gunn Allen (C.1939- ) --
William Hensley (C.1941- ) --
Simon Ortiz (C.1941- ) --
Buffy Sainte-Marie (C.1941- ) --
Frank Dukepoo (C.1943-1999) --
Leonard Peltier (C.1944- ) --
Michael Dorris (C.1945-1997) --
John Echohawk (C.1945- ) --
Wilma Mankiller (C.1945- ) --
Robert Eugene Megginson (C.1948- ) --
Leslie Marmon Silko (C.1948- ) --
Joy Harjo (C.1951- ) --
Louise Erdrich (C.1954- ) --
Winona Laduke (C.1959- ) --
Sherman Alexie (C.1966- ) --
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Other Titles: One hundred Native Americans who shaped American history
Responsibility: Bonnie Juettner.

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Read about 100 diverse Native-Americans, including: Dekanawida, founder of the Iroquois Confederacy; Sacagawea, Lewis and Clarks's guide; the warrior Cochise; Medal of Freedom winner Annie Dodge Wauneka; author Sherman Alexie, Will Rogers, Jay Silverheels and many more.

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