Native American Landmarks and Festivals: A Traveler's Guide to Indigenous United States and Canada


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$22.95  $21.11
Visible Ink Press
Publish Date
December 01, 2018
6.0 X 1.3 X 8.9 inches | 1.3 pounds

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About the Author

Yvonne Wakim Dennis is the author of several books about Native Americans. She coauthored with Arlene Hirschfelder Visible Ink Press' Native American Almanac as well as A Kid's Guide to Native American History, Children of Native America Today and she wrote a biography of Sequoyah. She serves as the Education Director for the Children's Cultural Center of Native America and is a board director of Nitchen, Inc., an advocacy organization for Indigenous families in the New York City metropolitan area. She is a multicultural consultant for businesses, schools, and publishers and is a columnist for Native Hoop Magazine. She resides in New York City.


"This authoritative, information-packed volume will be invaluable for tourists but also useful to others researching Indian history, heritage, and current cultural production." - Library Journal

"The ultimate traveler's guide to Indian Country. Experience the Indigenous world in nearly one text. ... takes readers through a tour of the rich heritage of Indigenous people, with thoughtful storytelling and background information of what to see and do in Indian Country." - Tribal Business Journal

"... a comprehensive look at the various landmarks, festivals, museums, ruins, and more that encompass Native American culture. ... for those doing research or planning a trip." - American Reference Books Annual

"... recognizing the legacy of Indigenous cultures in the United States and Canada ..." - Protoview Book News