The Resource The First Americans, Joy Hakim

The First Americans, Joy Hakim

Label
The First Americans
Title
The First Americans
Statement of responsibility
Joy Hakim
Creator
Subject
Genre
Language
eng
Summary
Begin with the Ice Age when people came from Asia to a new land and go to the discovery of that new land by Columbus thousands of years later
Member of
Cataloging source
DLC
http://library.link/vocab/creatorName
Hakim, Joy
Dewey number
970.00497
Illustrations
  • illustrations
  • maps
Index
index present
LC call number
  • E178.3
  • E77.4
LC item number
.H22 2005 vol. 1
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
bibliography
Series statement
A HISTORY OF US
Series volume
bk. ONE
http://library.link/vocab/subjectName
  • Indians of North America
  • America
Target audience
juvenile
Label
The First Americans, Joy Hakim
Instantiates
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
History? Why? -- Away with time -- In the beginning. Feature: Old mysteries and new discoveries -- How the first Americans became Indians. Feature: Some thoughts on dinosaurs and the Earth -- Put on your earmuffs. Feature: People of the far north -- Cliff dwellers and others -- The show-offs. Feature: Life on the northwest coast -- Taking a tour -- Plains Indians are not plain at all. Feature: Buffalo on the Great Plains ; Feature: How did they say "mom"? -- Mound for mound, those are heavy hills. Feature: Digging up dirt on the mound builders -- Indians of the eastern forests -- People of the long house -- Let's turn north. Feature: The Vikings at L'anse aux meadows ; Feature: How do you know what you know? ; Feature: Navigation instruments -- The power of the press -- A boy named Christopher has a dream ; A new land is "discovered". Feature: From Columbus's pen -- The next voyage -- Stowaways: worms and a dog -- Sailing around the world -- What's in a name? Feature: The first map to include "America" -- About beliefs and ideas. Feature: stories of how the world began -- New Spain. Feature: Ways of reading and writing ; Feature: A very short history of Mesoamerica ; Feature: Tenochtitlán -- Ponce de León, Pizarro, and Spanish colonies -- Gloom, doom, and a bit of cheer -- North of New Spain -- Looking for Cíbola with Coronado -- Conquistadors: California to Florida -- A place called Santa Fe -- Las casas cares -- The big picture -- From Spain to England to France -- France in America: pirates and adventurers -- Rain, ambush, and murder -- New France. Feature: Traveling by canoe and portage -- Elizabeth and friends -- Utopia in America -- Lost: a colony. Feature: From John White's long -- An armada is a fleet of ships -- The end: keep reading
Control code
ocn123913978
Dimensions
24 cm.
Edition
Rev. THIRD edition.
Extent
183 pages
Isbn
9780195327151
Isbn Type
(pbk.)
Lccn
2012371357
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
n
Other physical details
illustrations, maps
System control number
(OCoLC)123913978
Label
The First Americans, Joy Hakim
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
History? Why? -- Away with time -- In the beginning. Feature: Old mysteries and new discoveries -- How the first Americans became Indians. Feature: Some thoughts on dinosaurs and the Earth -- Put on your earmuffs. Feature: People of the far north -- Cliff dwellers and others -- The show-offs. Feature: Life on the northwest coast -- Taking a tour -- Plains Indians are not plain at all. Feature: Buffalo on the Great Plains ; Feature: How did they say "mom"? -- Mound for mound, those are heavy hills. Feature: Digging up dirt on the mound builders -- Indians of the eastern forests -- People of the long house -- Let's turn north. Feature: The Vikings at L'anse aux meadows ; Feature: How do you know what you know? ; Feature: Navigation instruments -- The power of the press -- A boy named Christopher has a dream ; A new land is "discovered". Feature: From Columbus's pen -- The next voyage -- Stowaways: worms and a dog -- Sailing around the world -- What's in a name? Feature: The first map to include "America" -- About beliefs and ideas. Feature: stories of how the world began -- New Spain. Feature: Ways of reading and writing ; Feature: A very short history of Mesoamerica ; Feature: Tenochtitlán -- Ponce de León, Pizarro, and Spanish colonies -- Gloom, doom, and a bit of cheer -- North of New Spain -- Looking for Cíbola with Coronado -- Conquistadors: California to Florida -- A place called Santa Fe -- Las casas cares -- The big picture -- From Spain to England to France -- France in America: pirates and adventurers -- Rain, ambush, and murder -- New France. Feature: Traveling by canoe and portage -- Elizabeth and friends -- Utopia in America -- Lost: a colony. Feature: From John White's long -- An armada is a fleet of ships -- The end: keep reading
Control code
ocn123913978
Dimensions
24 cm.
Edition
Rev. THIRD edition.
Extent
183 pages
Isbn
9780195327151
Isbn Type
(pbk.)
Lccn
2012371357
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
n
Other physical details
illustrations, maps
System control number
(OCoLC)123913978

Library Locations

  • Albina LibraryBorrow it
    3605 NE 15th Avenue, Portland, OR, 97212, US
    45.549039 -122.650525
  • Belmont LibraryBorrow it
    1038 SE César E. Chávez Boulevard, Portland, OR, 97214, US
    45.515217 -122.622669
  • Capitol Hill LibraryBorrow it
    10723 SW Capitol Highway, Portland, OR, 97219, US
    45.448003 -122.725422
  • Central LibraryBorrow it
    801 SW 10th Avenue, Portland, OR, 97205, US
    45.519098 -122.682899
  • Fairview-Columbia LibraryBorrow it
    1520 NE Village Street, Fairview, OR, 97024, US
    45.532283 -122.439336
  • Gregory Heights LibraryBorrow it
    7921 NE Sandy Boulevard, Portland, OR, 97213, US
    45.551662 -122.581264
  • Gresham LibraryBorrow it
    385 NW Miller Avenue, Gresham, OR, 97030, US
    45.500070 -122.433041
  • Hillsdale LibraryBorrow it
    1525 SW Sunset Boulevard, Portland, OR, 97239, US
    45.479852 -122.694013
  • Holgate LibraryBorrow it
    7905 SE Holgate Boulevard, Portland, OR, 97206, US
    45.490548 -122.582218
  • Hollywood LibraryBorrow it
    4040 NE Tillamook Street, Portland, OR, 97212, US
    45.537544 -122.621237
  • Isom BuildingBorrow it
    205 NE Russell Street , Portland, OR, 97212, US
    45.541222 -122.663268
  • Kenton LibraryBorrow it
    8226 N Denver Avenue, Portland, OR, 97217, US
    45.582857 -122.686379
  • Midland LibraryBorrow it
    805 SE 122nd Avenue, Portland, OR, 97233, US
    45.516683 -122.538488
  • North Portland LibraryBorrow it
    512 N Killingsworth Street, Portland, OR, 97217, US
    45.562454 -122.671507
  • Northwest LibraryBorrow it
    2300 NW Thurman Street, Portland, OR, 97210, US
    45.535316 -122.699254
  • Rockwood LibraryBorrow it
    17917 SE Stark Street, Portland, OR, 97233, US
    45.519541 -122.479013
  • Sellwood-Moreland LibraryBorrow it
    7860 SE 13th Avenue, Portland, OR, 97202, US
    45.467703 -122.652639
  • St. Johns LibraryBorrow it
    7510 N Charleston Avenue, Portland, OR, 97203, US
    45.590046 -122.751043
  • The Title Wave Used BookstoreBorrow it
    216 NE Knott Street, Portland, OR, 97212, US
    45.541647 -122.663075
  • Troutdale LibraryBorrow it
    2451 SW Cherry Park Road, Troutdale, OR, 97060, US
    45.529595 -122.409662
  • Woodstock LibraryBorrow it
    6008 SE 49th Avenue, Portland, OR, 97206, US
    45.478961 -122.612079
Processing Feedback ...