Before the white men came to America, woodlands stretched from the Atlantic to the Mississippi, from Canada south to what is now Virginia. In the clearings of this deep forest, and on the shores of lakes and rivers, the native people built their villages. The forest provided them with food and supplied the materials from which they constructed their houses. In this generously illustrated book, Charlotte and David Yue chronicle the daily lives of the woodland people.
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Published April 24, 2000
by HMH Books for Young Readers.
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