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Indigenous Peoples’ Day

Indigenous Peoples’ Day

Bode, Heather L.

Series: History of Holidays..Festivals
Library Bound

Throughout US history, Indigenous people have lost their lives and land because of colonization. Today people across the county celebrate Indigenous Peoples’ Day. They honor the cultures and contributions of Indigenous nations while raising awareness about issues that American Indians face.

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Copyright: 2024
Pub Date: N
Size: 9.25 x 7.2
Pages: 48
Interest Grade: 4-8
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Classification: Nonfiction
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Dewey: 394
Language: English
Penworthy Release: 01-2024
ISBN: 9781098292614
Item #: 55506
Available : 36
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Price: $24.95

Key words: Holidays, Indigenous People, Tradition, Culture, Festivals, Celebrations, History of Holidays..Festivals, Social Studies, Reader, Nonfiction
Photos, Table of Contents, Glossary, Index, Core Library, ABDO Publishing


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