Books: Non-Fiction

Do All Indians Live in Tipis?

Book – Non-fiction. By National Museum of the American Indian. 2007. 256 pages. Introduction to Native American history and contemporary culture.

Time Periods: Colonization: 1492 - 1764, All US History
Themes: Education, Native American

If you’ve ever wondered about where Native Americans came from, whether they really used smoke signals, or if they wore socks, this book has the answers. From clothing, food, origins, ceremonies, and language to love, marriage, art, music, and casinos, Do All Indians Live in Tipis? debunks widespread stereotypes and answers all of the most common questions about Native Americans. Accessible and enlightening, this is the perfect introduction to Native American history and contemporary culture.

$14.99

Published by HarperCollins.

ISBN: 9780061153013

Author

The Smithsonian Institution’s National Museum of the American Indian is dedicated to working in collaboration with the indigenous peoples of the Americas to foster and protect Native cultures throughout the Western Hemisphere. The museum’s publishing program seeks to augment awareness of Native American beliefs and ways of life and to educate the public about the history and significance of Native cultures.