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Nations of the Northeast Coast describes the many Native nations that lived along the coast of northeastern North America during the seventeenth century. Beautiful paintings and detailed illustrations highlight the lives and traditions of the Abenaki and the many other nations in the region. Young readers will be fascinated to learn about the hunting and fishing practices, the methods of transportation, and the family lives of these Native peoples. Children will also learn about - the different foods they gathered - the homes in which the Native people lived - where their villages were established - the many changes and conflicts that took place when Natives came into contact with Europeans Teacher's guide available.