The Buffalo and the Indians

The Buffalo and the Indians

A Shared Destiny

Book - 2006
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Provides a review of the bond between Native Americans and buffalo's throughout history and examines how European settlers disrupted nature's balance and nearly caused the extinction of an animal so highly respected by the native tribes.
Publisher: New York : Clarion Books, c2006.
ISBN: 9780618485703
Branch Call Number: J978.00497 PATENT
Characteristics: vii, 85 p. : col. ill. ; 27 cm.
Additional Contributors: Muñoz, William - Illustrator


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Countless herds of buffalo once roamed the prairies of North America, hunted by the Indian tribes that also lived there. The buffalo were so important to the Indian way of life that President Grant knew the buffalo had to be destroyed to defeat the Indians. Today, as Indians revive their own cultures, the buffalo herds are also being restored.


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