DANCING WITH THE INDIANS
New York : Holiday House, 1991.
IL K-3 RL 4.8
trip in the early 1900s is the setting for this story. An African American
family has been invited to the annual Seminole pow wow. The Seminoles had
rescued slaves and had continued to have strong ties to African Americans.
When the family arrives, they join in the ceremonies by dancing, singing
and listening to stories told by the Seminoles.
Dance -- Fiction
Seminole Indians -- Fiction
Indians of North America -- Fiction
African Americans -- Fiction
Stories in rhyme
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