Red Jacket

Red Jacket

Book - 2016
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"Red Jacket is remembered as a great speaker who stood up for the Seneca tribe and their territory following the American Revolution. He worked with the Founding Fathers, including George Washington and John Adams, to secure a future for his people in the new United States. Readers discover a piece of Native American history through the biography of Red Jacket. The main content includes both events of his life as well as understandable historical context. Historical images also offer readers a unique perspective on the revolutionary period--that of the Native Americans who lived during that dramatic time"--Provided by the publisher.
Publisher: New York : Gareth Stevens Publishing, 2016
ISBN: 1482426978 (6 pack)
9781482426977 (6 pack)
148242696X (pbk. book)
9781482426960 (pbk. book)
1482426986 (library bound)
9781482426984 (library bound)
Branch Call Number: EB RED JACKET
Characteristics: 24 pages : illustrations, map ; 19 cm


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