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Books with title The Oneida

  • The Oneida

    L. Gordon McLester, Elisabeth G. Torres, Herman J. Viola, David Jeffery

    Library Binding (Heinemann/Raintree, Sept. 1, 2000)
    Describes the origin, history, lifestyle, religion, and traditions of the Oneida Indians, and discusses the influence of European contact and their possible future.
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  • The Oneida

    Jill D. Duvall

    Library Binding (Childrens Pr, Dec. 1, 1991)
    Describes the history, culture, and changing fortunes of the Oneida Indians
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  • The Oneida

    Jill D. Duvall

    Paperback (Childrens Pr, Oct. 1, 1991)
    Describes the history, culture, and changing fortunes of the Oneida Indians.
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  • White Oneida, The

    Jean Rae Baxter

    eBook (Ronsdale Press, April 23, 2014)
    In her fourth historical novel dealing with British North America and the American Revolution, Jean Rae Baxter focuses on Broken Trail, a young boy who was born white but captured and adopted by the Oneida people. The great Mohawk leader Thayendanegea - known to Euro-Canadians as Joseph Brant - has chosen Broken Trail to assist him in the daunting task of uniting all the tribes and nations with the goal of establishing a country of their own. In preparation, Broken Trail must attend a Christian boarding school for native youth, where he soon finds that he has to gain the trust of young men from many different tribes whose ancient enmities lie barely concealed beneath the surface. With the help of Yellowbird, the only woman student, he discovers that the school - racist in the extreme - is a place of secrets where appearances can be deceiving and loyalty is sometimes proven in unexpected ways. As a first step, Brant sends Broken Trail on a long journey to meet with Tecumseh, the young Shawnee leader, to begin the work of union. In this tale of intrigue and adventure, Baxter once again demonstrates her ability to convert the past into living history.
  • The Oneidas

    Audrey Stansbury

    Paperback (Houghton Mifflin Harcourt School Publishers, March 15, 2006)
    This is Grade 5, Level 3, Book 14 in the Houghton Mifflin Leveled Books series. The book info is as follows: Level: S / DRA: 40 / Genre: Narrative Nonfiction / Strategy: Summarize / Skill: Sequence of Events / Word Count: 1,428
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  • Oneida

    Amy M. Stone

    Library Binding (Gareth Stevens Pub Learning library, July 1, 2004)
    A discussion of the history, culture, and contemporary life of the Oneida Indians, including a time line and glossary.
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  • The White Oneida

    Jean Rae Baxter

    Paperback (Ronsdale Press, April 25, 2014)
    Fiction. Young Adult Literature. Native American Studies. In her fourth historical novel dealing with British North America and the American Revolution, Jean Rae Baxter focuses on Broken Trail, a young boy who was born white but captured and adopted by the Oneida people. The great Mohawk leader Thayendanegea—known more commonly as Joseph Brant—has chosen Broken Trail to assist him in the daunting task of uniting all the tribes and nations with the goal of establishing a country of their own. In preparation, Broken Trail must attend a Christian boarding school for native youth, where he soon finds that he has to gain the trust of young men from many different tribes whose ancient enmities lie barely concealed beneath the surface. With the help of Yellowbird, the only woman student, he discovers that the school—racist in the extreme—is a place of secrets where appearances can be deceiving and loyalty is sometimes proven in unexpected ways. As a first step, Brant sends Broken Trail on a long journey to meet with Tecumseh, the young Shawnee leader, to begin the work of union. In this tale of intrigue and adventure, Baxter once again demonstrates her ability to convert the past into living history.
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  • Oneida

    Amy M. Stone

    Library Binding (Gareth Stevens Publishing, March 15, 1721)
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