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by John Madama,Russell M. Peters
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Geography & Cultures
  • Author:
    John Madama,Russell M. Peters
  • ISBN:
    0822596210
  • ISBN13:
    978-0822596219
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  • Publisher:
    First Avenue Editions; Reprint edition (September 1, 1992)
  • Pages:
    48 pages
  • Subcategory:
    Geography & Cultures
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Follows Steven Peters, a Mashpee Wampanoag, as he celebrates a traditional clambake.

Follows Steven Peters, a Mashpee Wampanoag, as he celebrates a traditional clambake.

Clambake: A Wampanoag Tradition (We Are Still Here : Native .

Clambake: A Wampanoag Tradition (We Are Still Here : Native Americans Today). 0822526514 (ISBN13: 9780822526513). Really informative read about a tradition of the Wampanoag Native American tribe called the clambake. Russell Peters describes the clambake through following a modern boy named Steven as he and his grandfather prepare for this feast. However as it's from 1992, the book is a bit dated in the child's clothing and posters in his room, making it maybe slightly less relatable to kids today.

Clambake-a Wampanoag tradition Associated-names. Madama, John, ill. Bookplateleaf.

Clambake-a Wampanoag tradition. by. Peters, Russell M. Publication date. 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.

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.

Clambake: A Wampanoag Tradition. People, Identity & Culture. Author(s): Russell Peters. Illustrator(s): John Madama. This book is a celebration of old and new, traditional and modern, similarity and difference-telling the story of a modern Native American family. Anti-Defamation League.

A Wampanoag Tradition. By John Madama, Russell M. Peters. 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

A Wampanoag Tradition.

Clambake: A Wampanoag Tradition (We Are Still Here) Lerner .

Clambake: A Wampanoag Tradition (We Are Still Here) Lerner Publishing Group, Library Binding, 1992. Spread the word about books.

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Series: We Are Still Here: Native Americans Today.

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Follows Steven Peters, a Mashpee Wampanoag, as he celebrates a traditional clambake

Braendo
Wampanoag Indians are the original tribe that met the pilgrims and white settlers and it is about time that someone stepped up to the plate and told the truth. A fantastic book about the true Native Americans that are alive and strong today that white america will never embrace and accept the fact that they are beautiful people with a rich culture and heritage
Fordg
I wanted to show my fifth graders that the Natives are just like us and live among us. This book did the trick. Great!