From the Northwest Territories of Canada as far southeast as Virginia in the United States, tree bark became indispensable to the everyday life of Native peoples. Simple to cut, light to carry, easy to work with, it was used for food, containers, clothing, and canoes. But nothing showed their skill, ingenuity, and inventiveness as the way bark was used to make shelters.
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The Native Dwellings Series:
“Shemie has succeeded once again in creating an authoritative and intriguing non-fiction book that explores the lives of people through the homes they have built...The result is a rich and aesthetic reading experience for young readers.”
Bonnie Shemie was born in Ohio and attended college in Pennsylvania. She came to visit her brother in Montreal in 1972 and decided to stay on to paint, marry, and raise a family. In addition to her books on Native architecture for children, she has designed stained glass windows and architectural ornamentation. Her paintings sell in fine galleries in the Montreal area.
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Book Description Tundra Books, 1993. Paperback. Book Condition: New. book. Bookseller Inventory # M0887763065
Book Description Tundra Books, 1993. Paperback. Book Condition: New. Never used!. Bookseller Inventory # P110887763065