Book Discussion on Welcome to Kaya's World -- 1764
Ms. Raymer talked about the latest book in the "American Girls Collection", Welcome to Kaya’s World - 1764, published by… read more
Ms. Raymer talked about the latest book in the "American Girls Collection", Welcome to Kaya’s World - 1764, published by Pleasant Company. The book describes the culture and experiences of Kaya, a fictional young Nez Perce girl from the 18th century. The heritage of the Nez Perce tribe, presently located in the Pacific Northwest, is presented through photographs, illustrations, and anecdotes. The narrative includes such topics as the methods for manufacturing clothing, games the children played, and the various ceremonies of the tribe. Ms. Raymer brought a number of replicas of Native American artifacts for demonstration and discussion purposes. She was joined by Kathy Borkowski, a research historian with the Pleasant Company. Following her presentation, Ms. Raymer responded to questions from the audience. close
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