Indians of the Oaks Epub ✓ Indians of ePUB ´

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Indians of the Oaks [Read] ➳ Indians of the Oaks ➯ Melicent Humason Lee – Capitalsoftworks.co.uk In the first of these two tales a young white boy relates his experiences living with the Kumeyaay, also known as Diegueno, Indians of Southern California and in the second a young girl from the same In the first of these two tales a young white boy relates his experiences living with the Kumeyaay, also known as Diegueno, Indians of Southern California and in Indians of ePUB ´ the second a young girl from the same tribe learns a new kind of medicine when she falls ill and is cared for by a white doctor.


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10 thoughts on “Indians of the Oaks

  1. JP JP says:

    Originally published in 1937, Melicent wrote these stories to preserve the culture of the Kumeyaay Indians of southern California She came to know the remnant of their people after moving to San Diego She learned their crafts and stories and helped preserve them by promoting activities through what became the Museum of Man The first set of stories is told from the perspective of a white boy who is rescued by the tribe He lives with them for a year, learning the ways of hunting and using what Originally published in 1937, Melicent wrote these stories to preserve the culture of the Kumeyaay Indians of southern California She came to know the remnant of their people after moving to San Diego She learned their crafts and stories and helped preserve them by promoting activities through what became the Museum of Man The first set of stories is told from the perspective of a white boy who is rescued by the tribe He lives with them for a year, learning the ways of hunting and using what the desert supplies The second set involves an herb woman and her baby, Wahss, who grows up to learn both the Indian and white ways of medicine based on the dedication, an actual person Lee knew


  2. Arlene Arlene says:

    Slow paced But very good historical fiction It provides good vocabulary and description of life for the Kumeyaay I couldn t find information better than this for my third grade class other than a field trip to the Museum of Man.


  3. Colleen Colleen says:

    I read this book back in the third grade, when we were being taught local Native American history I don t remember much about this book, besides that the protagonist was amongst Indians It was a great book, even though I don t remember it.


  4. Cassondra Cassondra says:

    A fairly well written historical fiction.


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10 thoughts on “Indians of the Oaks

  1. JP JP says:

    Originally published in 1937, Melicent wrote these stories to preserve the culture of the Kumeyaay Indians of southern California She came to know the remnant of their people after moving to San Diego She learned their crafts and stories and helped preserve them by promoting activities through what became the Museum of Man The first set of stories is told from the perspective of a white boy who is rescued by the tribe He lives with them for a year, learning the ways of hunting and using what Originally published in 1937, Melicent wrote these stories to preserve the culture of the Kumeyaay Indians of southern California She came to know the remnant of their people after moving to San Diego She learned their crafts and stories and helped preserve them by promoting activities through what became the Museum of Man The first set of stories is told from the perspective of a white boy who is rescued by the tribe He lives with them for a year, learning the ways of hunting and using what the desert supplies The second set involves an herb woman and her baby, Wahss, who grows up to learn both the Indian and white ways of medicine based on the dedication, an actual person Lee knew

  2. Arlene Arlene says:

    Slow paced But very good historical fiction It provides good vocabulary and description of life for the Kumeyaay I couldn t find information better than this for my third grade class other than a field trip to the Museum of Man.

  3. Colleen Colleen says:

    I read this book back in the third grade, when we were being taught local Native American history I don t remember much about this book, besides that the protagonist was amongst Indians It was a great book, even though I don t remember it.

  4. Cassondra Cassondra says:

    A fairly well written historical fiction.

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