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Gaining U.S. citizenship  Cover Image Book Book

Gaining U.S. citizenship

Bruegl, Heather (author.).

Summary: "The journey towards full citizenship was long and winding for Indigenous peoples in the United States. Readers will come to understand how legal status affected the lives and opportunities of Indigenous peoples throughout American history. The Racial Justice in America: Indigenous Peoples series explores the issues specific to the Indigenous communities in the United States in a comprehensive, honest, and age-appropriate way. This series was written by Indigenous historian and public scholar Heather Bruegl, a citizen of the Oneida Nation of Wisconsin and a first-line descendant Stockbridge Munsee. The series was developed to reach children of all races and encourage them to approach race, diversity, and inclusion with open eyes and minds"--

Record details

  • ISBN: 9781668941669
  • ISBN: 9781668940310
  • ISBN: 166893793X
  • ISBN: 9781668937938
  • ISBN: 1668938979 (paperback)
  • ISBN: 9781668938973 (paperback)
  • Physical Description: 32 pages : illustrations (chiefly color) ; 23 cm.
    print
  • Publisher: Ann Arbor, Michigan : Cherry Lake Press, [2024]

Content descriptions

Bibliography, etc. Note: Includes bibliographical references and index.
Formatted Contents Note: What does it mean to be a U.S. citizen? -- History of Indigenous citizenship -- History of U.S. relations with Indigenous peoples -- Changing the legal status of Indigenous peoples -- Indigenous politics today -- Extend your learning.
Target Audience Note:
Grades 7-9 Cherry Lake Publishing.
Subject: Citizenship United States
Indians of North America Legal status, laws, etc
Indians of North America Government relations

Available copies

  • 3 of 3 copies available at Kenton County.

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  • 0 current holds with 3 total copies.
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Location Call Number / Copy Notes Barcode Shelving Location Status Due Date
Covington Branch J 323.1197 Brue (Text) 33126026325625 J New Nonfiction Available -
Erlanger Branch J 323.1197 Brue (Text) 33126026325609 J New Nonfiction Available -
Independence Branch J 323.1197 Brue (Text) 33126026325617 J New Nonfiction Available -

  • Baker & Taylor
    "The journey towards full citizenship was long and winding for Indigenous peoples in the United States. Readers will come to understand how legal status affected the lives and opportunities of Indigenous peoples throughout American history. The Racial Justice in America: Indigenous Peoples series explores the issues specific to the Indigenous communities in the United States in a comprehensive, honest, and age-appropriate way. This series was written by Indigenous historian and public scholar Heather Bruegl, a citizen of the Oneida Nation of Wisconsin and a first-line descendent Stockbridge Munsee. The series was developed to reach children of all races and encourage them to approach race, diversity, and inclusion with open eyes and minds"--
  • Cherry Lake Publishing
    The journey towards full citizenship was long and winding for Indigenous peoples in the United States. Readers will come to understand how legal status affected the lives and opportunities of Indigenous peoples throughout American history. The Racial Justice in America: Indigenous Peoples series explores the issues specific to the Indigenous communities in the United States in a comprehensive, honest, and age-appropriate way. This series was written by Indigenous historian and public scholar Heather Bruegl, a citizen of the Oneida Nation of Wisconsin and a first-line descendent Stockbridge Munsee. The series was developed to reach children of all races and encourage them to approach race, diversity, and inclusion with open eyes and minds.

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