100 Native Americans Who Shaped American History (100 Series) (Paperback)
Amazing stories of 100 extraordinary indigenous Americans, for kids 9 and up
This fascinating and fact-filled biography collection includes:
- 100 easy-to-read one-page biographies: Find out how these incredible individuals changed the course of history!
- Illustrated portraits: Each biography includes an illustration to help bring history to life!
- A timeline, trivia questions, project ideas and more: Boost your learning and test your knowledge with fun activities and resources!
From Squanto to Sacagawea, Sitting Bull to Crazy Horse, Louise Erdrich to Deb Haaland and many more, readers will be introduced to artists, activists, scientists, and icons throughout history. Organized chronologically, 100 Native Americans Who Shaped American History offers a look at the prominent role these men and women played and how their talents, ideas, and expertise have influenced the country from its very beginnings all the way through the present day.
About the Author
Bonnie Juettner is a freelance writer and grew up in McGrath, Alaska, an Upper Kuskokwim Athabascan village in Alaska’s interior.. She has written biographies for several reference books, and writes and edits social studies materials for educational textbooks and videos.