Do All Indians Live in Tipis?
Discover little-known truths behind 101 common assumptions and stereotypes about Native Americans in Do All Indians Live in Tipis? A Smithsonian publication, this user friendly myth buster answers such questions as: Should I say Tribe or Nation? Did ancient Mesoamericans practice human sacrifice during their ball games? What is a tom-tom? Informative one-page explanations make you eager to turn the page in Do All Indians Live in Tipis? Paperback; 256 pages with 58 black and white photos and line drawings. 6" x 9".
Like a handheld mini museum, this Smithsonian Q & A, Do All Indians Live in Tipis?, explains almost everything you wanted to know about Native Americans but did not know whom to ask. The National Museum of the American Indian has one of the most extensive collections of Native American arts and artifacts in the world. The approximately 825,000 items the museum curates represents over 12,000 years of history and more than 1,200 indigenous cultures throughout the Americas.
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