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Woodland Windows
Seventeenth Century Native American Lifeways
in Northeastern North America

Woodland Windows Book Woodland Windows offers a unique portal to catch rare glimpses of Native Americans that lived in the Northeast United States in the 1600s.

Young readers, and adults alike, will enjoy learning about many of the daily activities of Eastern Woodland Indians through a series of twelve detail rich watercolor scenes.

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These illustrations, each accompanied by accurate, in-depth descriptive text, have been fully researched by the author/artist.

Tara Prindle is a professional Archaeologist with a Masters degree in Anthropology. She has enjoyed investigating Eastern Woodland cultures for many decades.

Woodland Windows Inner Pages

Woodland Windows Contents Plus exclusive Stone Tool and Clay Pottery Chronologies!

Woodland Windows Chronology

Measuring 9 inches (height) by 8 1/2 inches (width), this book has 20 vivid color pages, laser printed on bright white, heavy 32 lb., 25% cotton paper, with a laminated soft cover and sturdy comb binding.

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