Iroquois Corn In a Culture Based Curriculum a Framework for Respectfully Teaching About cultures

By: Carol Cornelius

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U.S.A.: U.S.A.: SUNY, 1999, 1999. Book. Good Light Wear,tight. Soft cover. First American Edition. Good Light Wear,tight. First American Edition. Trade Paperback. Intensive study of corn and it's influence in Iroquois culture and it's place in the bigger picture as the 'soul' of the Americas. Also presented as teaching plan for teaching food as doorway into native culture and beleifs.Crease in binding,otherwise tight and nice.Good working copy.295pp.. First Edition.

Title: Iroquois Corn In a Culture Based Curriculum a Framework for Respectfully Teaching About cultures

Author Name: Carol Cornelius

Categories: Woodland Native American/Southeastern Native American,

Edition: First American Edition

Publisher: U.S.A., U.S.A.: SUNY, 1999: 1999

Binding: Paperback

Book Condition: Good Light Wear,tight

Seller ID: 009271

Keywords: IROQUOIS NATIVE AMERICAN AGRICULTURE MOHAWK HISTORY LONGHOUSE RELIGION FREEDOM SCHOOLS AKWASANE INDIAN TEACHING PLAN CORN SOUP INDIANS CURRICULUM CURRICULUMS WOODLAND,