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Let's be Indians

Author: Peggy Parish; Arnold Lobel
Publisher: [New York] Harper & Row [1962]
Edition/Format:   Print book : Juvenile audience : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Introduces various aspects of Indian life through such handicraft projects as masks, corn-husk dolls, and a tepee.
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Genre/Form: Literature
Juvenile works
Juvenile literature
Material Type: Juvenile audience
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Peggy Parish; Arnold Lobel
OCLC Number: 1215544
Description: 96 pages illustrations 24 cm
Contents: -About making knots --
About making braids --
Recipe for salt clay --
Large enough to use --
Headband --
Indian costume --
Moccasins --
Jewelry--
Salt clay --
Macaroni --
Corn --
Cradle board --
Corn-husk mat --
Corn-husk dolls --
Pottery --
Bow --
Arrows --
Quiver --
Tomahawk --
Shield --
Musical instruments --
Drum - Rattle --
Masks --
Wampum --
Indians models: Indians of the plains: Tepee --
Travois --
Drying rack --
Cooking rack --
Indians of the woodlands: Wickiup --
Canoe --
Mortar and pestle --
Indians of the desert: Adobe house --
Oven --
Metate --
Indian villages: Pipe-cleaner people --
Plains Indian village --
Woodlands Indian village --
Desert Indian village --
Indian games: Cherry stones --
A tossing game --
Stick-in-a-hoop --
A guessing game --
Cup-on-a-stick --
Sand painting --
Peanut puppets.
Responsibility: by Peggy Parish, drawings by Arnold Lobel.
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Introduces various aspects of Indian life through such handicraft projects as masks, corn-husk dolls, and a tepee.

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