The Apache People

ISBN-10: 1482419742
ISBN-13: 9781482419740
Author: Harasymiw, Mark J.
Interest Level: 2-3
Publisher: Gareth Stevens Publishing

Publication Date: January 2015

Copyright: 2015

Page Count: 32

Series: Native American Cultures


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Grades 2-3

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Guided Reading: N
Lexile: NC880L
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BISAC Subjects

JUVENILE NONFICTION / People & Places / United States / Native American

JUVENILE NONFICTION / Social Science / Customs, Traditions, Anthropology

Description
From hunting buffalo on the plains to harvesting the bulb of the agave plant in the rocky desert, the Apache have shown great resourcefulness throughout their history. This volume allows readers a glimpse into the rich culture of this native people, including the significant and sometimes tragic events that changed their traditional way of life forever. Famous Apache leaders Cochise and Geronimo are highlighted in the text as well as life on modern Apache reservations. Carefully chosen photographs and graphic organizers emphasize key ideas about Apache customs and history.
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