Tribes of Native America: Crow by Marla Felkins Ryan (Author), Linda Schmittroth (Author)
Hardcover ? November, 2002
This highly illustrated, ful-color series presents the people of each tribe within a modern-day context. Color maps, population graphs, and other visuals present vital statistics in an appealing and accessible format. History, European contact, native religious beliefs, language, government, art, culture, customs, and daily life are covered, as well as a final section that focuses on modern identity and contemporary experience.
Early in their history, the Crow went from being farmers to being hunters, and became well known for their horsemanship. Today, these native peoples of the American West live mostly on the Crow Indian Reservation in Montana.
Age Range: 9 and up
Series: Tribes of Native America
Hardcover: 32 pages
Publisher: Blackbirch Press (November 2002)
Product Dimensions: 9.5 x 7.4 x 0.3 inches