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How Can One Sell the Air?

How Can One Sell the Air?

by Chief Seattle, Michael Cook (Editor), Marilyn Jones (Foreword by), Warren Jefferson (Editor)

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With three variations of Chief Seattle's speech to the governor of the Oregon Territory in 1854, this handsome little book provides not only an early history of his Suquamish tribe on the shores of Puget Sound, but also a rapid overview of the present-day attempts of the tribe to continue its traditions. Copiously illustrated with b/w photos and drawings, this slim volume is a valuable reference for Native American history and for those interested in the ecological efforts to preserve harmony with the earth. KLIATT Codes: JSA--Recommended for junior and senior high school students, advanced students, and adults. 2005, Native Voices, 96p. illus. bibliog., Ages 12 to adult.
—Patricia Moore

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