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Welcome to Kaya's World, 1764: Growing Up in a Native American Homeland (American Girl)

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Juvenile book based on the American Girl doll.
Hardcover, 60 pages
Published September 1st 2003 by American Girl
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Alicia
Dec 05, 2009 Alicia rated it really liked it
Welcome to Kaya's World 1764 is a rich introduction to the history of the Nez Perce tribe with plenty of color illustrations, pictures of Nez Perce artifacts, and black and white archival photos. Each chapter focuses on a different aspect of life in Nez Perce country in the mid 1700s. The chapters include a one paragraph explanation of the chapter's subject, with the remainder of the two-page layout dedicated to illustrations and captions that help give the reader a better understanding of what ...more
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Jul 13, 2010 Beth rated it really liked it
Shelves: native-american
Kaya is a young girl who is a member of the Nimiipuu tribe. Today this tribe is known as the Nez Perce. The new name was given to this group by the French. This tribe resided in modern day Idaho, Washington, and Oregon. This nonfiction picture book chronicles what Kaya’s everyday life and land would have been like around 1764. The chapters include information that details Nimiipuu peoples’ villages, housing, chores, tools, and overall way of life.
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Sep 23, 2007 Annalise rated it it was amazing
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Really interesting history stories and facts about Nez Peirce Indians.
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Good history, quick read.
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