Louis Sockalexis: Native American Baseball Pioneer, paper ed

$13.94

Louis Sockalexis: Native American Baseball Pioneer is a recent picture book that acknowledges the achievements of Louis Sockalexis, the first Native American professional baseball player in the United States. Louis was a Penobscot boy growing up on the reservation in Maine and by the time he was twelve years old in 1884 he knew he wanted to play baseball. Playing only with other children from the other side of the river brought Louis into world of sports in the United States.

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Buffalo Song, hardcover ed

$26.55

Buffalo Song is a new picture book from prolific Abenaki storyteller and author Joseph Bruchac. This fictionalized account of the initial rescue of the American bison or buffalo is told through the eyes of the people first involved. The story opens in the year 1873 as two Nez Perce riders come across the bodies of slaughtered buffalo on the floor of a protected canyon. Hunters had taken only the tongues and left the animals where they fell. Only a weakened calf survived and the boy and his father take the dying calf to a man known as Sam Walking Coyote.

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Louis Sockalexis: Native American Baseball Pioneer, hardcover ed OUT OF PRINT

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OUT OF PRINT This hardcover edition is no longer available from the publisher. The paper edition is still available. Louis Sockalexis: Native American Baseball Pioneer is a recent picture book that acknowledges the achievements of Louis Sockalexis, the first Native American professional baseball player in the United States. Louis was a Penobscot boy growing up on the reservation in Maine and by the time he was twelve years old in 1884 he knew he wanted to play baseball.

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Bad River Boys: A Meeting of the Lakota Sioux with Lewis and Clark, hardcover ed OUT OF PRINT

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Bad River Boys: A Meeting of the Lakota Sioux with Lewis and Clark by Lakota author Virginia Driving Hawk Sneve brings a totally fresh perspective to the significance of the Lewis and Clark expedition (1803-1806). From the Lakota perspective she sets the story within a village of Lakota people. The key storytellers of the story are three boys who just happen to see a boat on the Bad River while they are out swimming. Their initial meeting with the gruff Americans turns negative as their elders meet with the strangers.

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