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Clambake--a Wampanoag tradition

Con le portille autografe dellautore.Ristampa con introd. a cura di C. Tagliavini.

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      • Includes bibliographical references (p. 47).

        StatementLearner Publications Co.
        PublishersLearner Publications Co.
        Classifications
        LC Classifications1992
        The Physical Object
        Paginationxvi, 62 p. :
        Number of Pages78
        ID Numbers
        ISBN 100822526514
        Series
        1
        2We are still here
        3

        Steven Peters, a twelve-year-old Wampanoag Indian in Massachusetts, learns from his grandfather how to prepare a clambake in the tradition of his people. File Size: 6MB.


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