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Native American Cultures

Native American Cultures From Scholastic and Earthwatch, this site allows visitors to learn about modern-day Native American fishers of salmon on the Skagit River in Washington, about 2,000-year-old Native American rock art in Utah, and about prehistoric pueblos in New Mexico. The site offers an
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Native American Cultures


From Scholastic and Earthwatch, this site allows visitors to learn about modern-day Native American fishers of salmon on the Skagit River in Washington, about 2,000-year-old Native American rock art in Utah, and about prehistoric pueblos in New Mexico. The site offers an in-depth teacher's guide with lesson plans, worksheets, and assessments.

Scholastic, Inc. and the Earthwatch Institute

• Lesson Plans • Audio • Pictures and/or Illustrations


• High School Middle School Elementary School

Kimberly Middendorf

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