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Clambake: A Wampanoag Tradition (We Are Still Here)

by Russell M. Peters

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Gr 3 – 5—Peters is a Mashpee Wampanoag, and he draws from personal experience to portray an insider’s view of the contemporary Wampanoag community. Although there are many things unique to the heritage and traditions of the Wampanoag, much will be familiar to all readers. This is an excellent antidote to the stereotypes of American Indians that prevail in our society. ( )
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Steven Peters, a twelve-year-old Wampanoag Indian in Massachusetts, learns from his grandfather how to prepare a clambake in the tradition of his people.

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