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Table of Contents Who were the Indians of the Northwest Coast and Plateau Cultural Areas? 4-5 A Land of Plenty 6-7 Indian Society 8-9 Tribal Leaders 10-11 The Roles of Men and Women 12-13 Slaves in Indian Society 14-15 Making War 16-17 The Spirit World 18-19 Guardian Spirits 20-21 Potlatch Ceremonies 22-23 Food Ceremonies 24-25 Weddings and Funerals 26-27 Everyday Works of Art 28-29 Indian Carvings 30-31 Pictures in Stone 32-33 Traditional Upbringing 34-35 Indian Villages 36-37 Homes For All Seasons 38-39 Clothing and Jewelry 40-41 Fishing For a Meal 42-43 Hunting and Gathering 44-45 Mealtimes 46-47 Life Lessons 48-49 Transportation 50-51 Trading Among Tribes 52-53 Sports and Games 54-55 A Changing Way of Life 56-57 Holding on to Tradition 58-59 Glossary 60-61 Additional resources 62 Index 63-64 Glossary There is a glossary on pages 60-61. Terms defined in the glossary are in type that looks like this on their first appearance on any spread (two facing pages.) Additional resources Books for further reading and recommended Web sites are listed on page 62. Because of the nature of the Internet, some Web site addresses may have changed since publication. The publisher has no responsibility for any such changes or for the content of cited sources.
Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:
Indians of North America -- Northwest, Pacific -- Juvenile literature.