Indigenous Peoples' Contributions to Canada: Indigenous Peoples in the World Wars pb

Beech Street BooksSKU: 9781773083810

Author:
Rose, Simon
Grade Levels:
Two, Three, Four, Five
Nation:
Cree, Iroquois, Mi'kmaq, Mississauga, Mohawk, Multiple Nations, Ojibwe, Onondaga
Book Type:
PB
Pages:
24
Publisher:
Beech Street Books
Series:
Indigenous Peoples' Contributions to Canada
Copyright Data:
2019

Price:
Sale price$13.25

Description

Indigenous Peoples in the World Wars is part of the four volume Indigenous Peoples’ Contributions to Canada series from Beech Street Books.  Simon Rose authors this 24-page information book for elementary students that provides information about the role of First Nation, Inuit and Métis individuals and communities during the First and Second World Wars. This book has four chapters that present information about the First World War, the Second World War, Indigenous Women in the World Wars, and The Home Front. The book pays tribute to the men and women who served during the wars including Edith Anderson, Cameron Brant, Charles Byce, David Greyeyes, Mary Greyeyes, F. O. Loft, Tom Longboat, O. M. Martin, Marion Miller, Henry Norwest, Francis Pegahmagabow, and Tommy Prince. The role of women during the wars acknowledges the work of community organizations such as Six Nations Women’s Patriotic League.  First Nations veterans and those who paid the ultimate sacrifice are acknowledged in this resource.  This book features include Colour Photographs, Black & White Photographs, Table of Contents, Glossary, To Learn More, Maps, About the Author, Inquiry Questions, and Web Sites. Content consultant for this title is Timothy Winegard currently PhD, Oxford University.  Guided Reading Level: T. Highly recommended
  
  

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