The History and Culture of the Indians of Washington State: A Curriculum Guide (Three Volumes Bound In One); Developed by the TTT Project and The Center for Indian Teacher Education, College of Education, University of Washington, Seattle

$125.00

Brouillet, Frank B.; Dr. Donald Hair; Rich Boyd; Emmett Oliver

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Brouillet, Frank B.; Dr. Donald Hair; Rich Boyd; Emmett Oliver. The History and Culture of the Indians of Washington State: A Curriculum Guide (Three Volumes Bound In One); Developed by the TTT Project and The Center for Indian Teacher Education, College of Education, University of Washington, Seattle. Olympia, Washington: University of Washington | College of Education, 1973. First printing. pp. 264. 4to. Illustrated red card covers held with metal spiral binding. Replete with many black and white maps, photographs, illustrations, charts, tables et al. The authors state in the preface: “The following is a course of study on the history and culture of Northwest Indians. This unit, developed at the Center for Indian Teacher Education at the University of Washington, is designed to be utilized as a supplement to the social studies curriculum in the schools of the State of Washington. Topic one deals with the traditional life of the Northwest Indians. This is broken into three major geographical areas – coastal, Puget Sound and plateau. The second topic concerns the Indian-non-Indian contact period. Contemporary Indian studies, dealing with the reservation, urban, rural and the relation of the federal government, constitute the final section. In addition to the unit itself, the curriculum project incudes extensive teacher and student bibliographies, media reviews, list of Indian organizations, lists of places to visit in the state, maps and pamphlets on games, speeches, poems and crafts”. Very light rubbing to the covers, rare occasional notation to the margins of a few pages otherwise contents remain bright and clean with tight, sound binding; very good+. Scarce. This title is comprised of the following sections: Vol. 1: History and Culture of the Indians of Washington; Vol. 2: Resources/Bibliography; Vol. 3: Materials. Spiral Bound. (#916) $125.00