Coverart for item
The Resource ... If you lived with the Sioux Indians, by Ann McGovern ; illustrated by Jean Syverud Drew

... If you lived with the Sioux Indians, by Ann McGovern ; illustrated by Jean Syverud Drew

Label
... If you lived with the Sioux Indians
Title
... If you lived with the Sioux Indians
Statement of responsibility
by Ann McGovern ; illustrated by Jean Syverud Drew
Creator
Contributor
Illustrator
Subject
Genre
Language
eng
Summary
Describes the daily life of the Sioux Indians, their clothing, food, games, and customs before and after the coming of the white man
Cataloging source
EOW
Illustrations
illustrations
Index
no index present
LC call number
E99.D1
LC item number
M125 1974
Literary form
non fiction
Target audience
juvenile
Label
... If you lived with the Sioux Indians, by Ann McGovern ; illustrated by Jean Syverud Drew
Instantiates
Publication
Note
"Cover-craft."
Contents
What did the Sioux Indians look like? -- If you lived with the Sioux, what kind of house would you live in? -- Would you live in the same place all the time? -- How would you travel? -- Would you stay close to your tipi? -- Where would you sleep? -- What would you eat? -- What kind of clothes would you wear? -- Did Sioux children go to school? -- Did boys and girls learn the same things? -- What would your first lesson be? -- Were grown-ups strict? -- How did the Sioux hunt the buffalo? -- Did boys take part in the hunt? -- What happened after the hunt? -- What could you make out of a buffalo? -- Did the Sioux Indians work hard? -- Was there time for fun? -- What was the Sioux religion? -- How did the Sioux worship? -- What was the most important time in a boy's life? -- Did girls have a special ceremony too? -- What is a medicine bundle? -- How did a Sioux get a wife? -- Where did the bride and bridegroom live after they were married? -- What were good manners? -- What happened if someone got sick? -- How did the Sioux talk to other Indians? -- Did the Sioux like war? -- What was the bravest thing a Sioux could do? -- Did the Sioux Indians scalp their enemies? -- What weapons did the Sioux use? -- What happened after a battle? -- Could anyone become an Indian chief? -- Could a chief make a rule by himself? -- What happened to a Sioux who broke the rules of the tribe? -- Who were the other important men in the tribe? -- Who owned Sioux land? -- What happened to the Sioux when the white people came? -- A note from the author about the Sioux Indians today
Control code
ocm30950356
Dimensions
20 x 24 cm.
Extent
80 p.
Isbn
9780590451628
Other physical details
ill.
System control number
(OCoLC)30950356
Label
... If you lived with the Sioux Indians, by Ann McGovern ; illustrated by Jean Syverud Drew
Publication
Note
"Cover-craft."
Contents
What did the Sioux Indians look like? -- If you lived with the Sioux, what kind of house would you live in? -- Would you live in the same place all the time? -- How would you travel? -- Would you stay close to your tipi? -- Where would you sleep? -- What would you eat? -- What kind of clothes would you wear? -- Did Sioux children go to school? -- Did boys and girls learn the same things? -- What would your first lesson be? -- Were grown-ups strict? -- How did the Sioux hunt the buffalo? -- Did boys take part in the hunt? -- What happened after the hunt? -- What could you make out of a buffalo? -- Did the Sioux Indians work hard? -- Was there time for fun? -- What was the Sioux religion? -- How did the Sioux worship? -- What was the most important time in a boy's life? -- Did girls have a special ceremony too? -- What is a medicine bundle? -- How did a Sioux get a wife? -- Where did the bride and bridegroom live after they were married? -- What were good manners? -- What happened if someone got sick? -- How did the Sioux talk to other Indians? -- Did the Sioux like war? -- What was the bravest thing a Sioux could do? -- Did the Sioux Indians scalp their enemies? -- What weapons did the Sioux use? -- What happened after a battle? -- Could anyone become an Indian chief? -- Could a chief make a rule by himself? -- What happened to a Sioux who broke the rules of the tribe? -- Who were the other important men in the tribe? -- Who owned Sioux land? -- What happened to the Sioux when the white people came? -- A note from the author about the Sioux Indians today
Control code
ocm30950356
Dimensions
20 x 24 cm.
Extent
80 p.
Isbn
9780590451628
Other physical details
ill.
System control number
(OCoLC)30950356

Library Locations

    • Henderson County Public Library DistrictBorrow it
      110 Hill Crest Dr, Biggsville, IL, 61418, US
      40.8493643 -90.8621242
Processing Feedback ...