Cultures Collide

Native American and Europeans, 1492-1700
Rossi, Ann (Book - 2004)
Cultures Collide

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Lavish period paintings, maps, and engrossing text combine to paint a vivid portrait of Native Americans' early encounters with the European settlers who colonized the "new world," and provide children with an accurate understanding of early European settlement. Full color.
Authors: Rossi, Ann
Title: Cultures collide
Native American and Europeans, 1492-1700
Publisher: Washington, DC : National Geographic, c2004
Characteristics: 40 p. :,ill. (some col.), col. map ;,24 cm
Statement of Responsibility: Ann Rossi
Notes: Includes index
Contents: Different cultures, different ways
New harvests, new foods
The horse: changing lifestyles
Changing ways of life
ISBN: 0792271890
Branch Call Number: j 970.01 R831c 2004
Subject Headings: America Discovery and exploration Juvenile literature Indians of North America History Juvenile literature Indians of North America Social life and customs Juvenile literature Indians of North America First contact with Europeans Juvenile literature
Topical Term: Indians of North America
Indians of North America
Indians of North America
LCCN: 2003018432
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Cultures Collide begins its story with a mistake; but the mistake was made by Christopher Columbus. When Columbus sailed to find trade routes to Asia, he landed in the Americas instead, discovering a "new world." But this new world wasn't new to everyone.

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