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Oneota Historical Connections: Working Together in Iowa. Report 24

This book contains information on the historical connections of the Oneota people and culture. This book mainly focuses on archaeology and history of tribes in Iowa. The book also explains the conversations between archaeologists and tribal members about the history of Native Americans and Iowa. (iowaarchaeology.org) For any use other than instructional resources, please check with the organization that owns this item regarding copyright restrictions.
Author
Publisher
Office of the State Archaeologist, University of Iowa
Publishing Place
Iowa City, Iowa
Year
2015
Iowa History Eras
Early & Late Date
2010 to 2020
Resources & Additional Info
Resource and Additional Information: Click Here This book connects to the following standards: Standard SS.1.23 Cultural Makeup and Standard SS.3.28 Cultural Contributions: A lesson on Native American culture, as well as Native American history, in Iowa could be created.