Native Americans

Native Americans

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  • Did you know the word "raccoon" comes from the Powhatan language? Discover other words we use that were first spoken by Native Americans. You'll like the illustrations!
  • Crazy Horse was a great Lakota chief. A massive memorial to him is being carved into a mountain in South Dakota. When it's done, it will be one of the largest sculptures in the world! Read all about it!
  • Cheyenne children growing up on America's Great Plains lived a life very different from yours. Come spend some time with them and learn what they did throughout the day. You'll be able to attend a Cheyenne party in your imagination!
  • The Tlingit (say: CLING-it) people of Alaska have a great way to remember their history. They make colorful storytelling trees! You've heard of totem poles. Now find out how they're made!
  • The ancient town of Chaco is a fascinating place. The Native Americans who lived in this remote desert canyon abandoned it long ago, but you can see amazing photos of the ruins left behind in The Mysteries of Chaco. 
  • What are Cowboy Clark & Larry up to in this issue? Is that a wolf they see up on the hill? Get ready to laugh!
  • The Ute people used to eat trees. Really! Actually, they turned the soft inner bark into food during certain times. Learn how and why it was done, then ask your friends, Would You, Could You, Eat Wood?
  • Johnny, the Navajo boy, doesn't talk to the pioneer family he's staying with. You'll find out why in the great story The Voice of the Navajo.  At the end, you'll be glad, like his new friend, Joyce.
  • ALL THIS PLUS SO MUCH MORE! There's Kids Corner, a cool drawing lesson (send your finished drawing to Fun For Kidz, and you'll see it in a future issue!), a story about amazing stone formations in the American Southwest, lots of puzzles, and a story about a man who lived with Native Americans and painted portraits of them!