Series: We Are Still Here: Native Americans Today

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Children of Clay: A Family of Pueblo Potters (We Are Still Here) by Rina Swentzell
Clambake: A Wampanoag Tradition (We Are Still Here) by Russell M. Peters
Drumbeat...Heartbeat: A Celebration of the Powwow (We Are Still Here) by Susan Braine
Fort Chipewyan Homecoming: A Journey to Native Canada (We Are Still Here) by Morningstar Mercredi
Four Seasons of Corn: A Winnebago Tradition (We Are Still Here) by Sally M. Hunter
Ininatig's Gift of Sugar: Traditional Native Sugarmaking by Laura Waterman Wittstock
Kinaalda: A Navajo Girl Grows Up (We Are Still Here : Native Americans Today) by Monty Roessel
The Sacred Harvest: Ojibway Wild Rice Gathering (We Are Still Here : Native Americans Today) by Gordon Regguinti
Shannon: An Ojibway Dancer (We Are Still Here) by Sandra King
Songs from the Loom: A Navajo Girl Learns to Weave (We Are Still Here : Native Americans Today) by Monty Roessel
A Story to Tell: Traditions of a Tlingit Community (We Are Still Here) by Richard Nichols
Weaving a California Tradition: A Native American Basketmaker (We Are Still Here) by Linda Yamane

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