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by Marion Eleanor Gridley

eBook The story of the Seminole, (Indian nations) download ISBN: 0399203176
Author: Marion Eleanor Gridley
Publisher: Putnam (1973)
Language: English
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Gridley, Marion Eleanor, 1906-; Glaubke, Robert, illus. Discusses the history and customs of the Seminole Indians and their way of life in Florida today. Books for People with Print Disabilities.

Gridley, Marion Eleanor, 1906-; Glaubke, Robert, illus. Seminole Indians, Seminole Indians, Indians of North America. Internet Archive Books. Uploaded by Lotu Tii on February 10, 2012. SIMILAR ITEMS (based on metadata).

Marion Gridley (16 November 1906) was an American historian of Native Americans. Marion Eleanor Gridley was born in White Plains, New York, on 16 November 1916. She married Robinson Johnson on 15 May 1932, but they divorced in either 1947 or 1948. In 1940 she wrote Indians of Yesterday, following it with The Story of Pocahontas in 1948 and then Hiawatha in 1950.

Discusses the history and customs of the Seminole Indians and their way of life in Florida today. A great introduction to the Seminole Indians for younger kids. We all learned something new from this book, even the older kids enjoyed it. Great addition to any Florida history lessons.

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Marion Eleanor Gridley has written: 'The story of the Sioux' - subject(s): Dakota Indians, Juvenile literature. American Indian women' - subject(s): Biography, Indian women, Indians of North America. The story of the Haida' - subject(s): Haida Indians, Indians of North America, Juvenile literature. Osceola' - subject(s): Biography, Juvenile literature, Kings and rulers, Seminole Indians. Indian tribes of America' - subject(s): Indians of North America, Juvenile literature. by Marion Eleanor Gridley. Select Format: Library Binding.

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These are the stories of the mightiest Indian nations. The Iroquois of upstate New York were a unique confederation of six Indian nations. The Seminoles of Florida who gathered together free Indians and black slaves fleeing the northern lands. Together they built a patchwork nation of peoples mirroring the melting pot of America. Right then, the book nothing to do with you then! point taken, the entire scribble about lies and public education wasn't intended as a smearing of an entire continental pre existing set of societies that the impirialists took great pains to comprehend and record for future generations. Albert Potato - 12/26/2013 at 06:01.

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Gridley pays less attention to the Seminole Wars and the relationship between the Seminoles and . The pictures are still coloring-book blotchy, but the text reads better than other entries in this Country Beautiful series

Gridley pays less attention to the Seminole Wars and the relationship between the Seminoles and escaped slaves than even Sonia Bleeker in her introduction for somewhat younger children. The pictures are still coloring-book blotchy, but the text reads better than other entries in this Country Beautiful series. Gridley pays less attention to the Seminole Wars and the relationship between the Seminoles and escaped slaves than even Sonia Bleeker in her introduction for somewhat younger children.

Discusses the history and customs of the Seminole Indians and their way of life in Florida today.