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The People and Culture of the Mandan

(First Peoples of North America)

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People have inhabited North America for centuries. Among their descendants are many Native American tribes. Today, one tribe with a rich history is the Mandan. The Mandan have a vibrant culture and past, filled with challenges and triumphs. This book discusses the Mandans beginnings, as well as their present-day happenings, and explores their future in an ever-changing wor ...more
Hardcover, 128 pages
Published January 1st 2017 by Cavendish Square Publishing
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Tatiana Ryckman is the author of two chapbooks of prose, Twenty-Something and VHS and Why it's Hard to Live. She is Assistant Editor at sunnyoutside press and leads Creative Writing workshops through The University of Texas at Austin.

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