Maryland Indians: Yesterday and Today by Frank W. Porter III

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Maryland Indians: Yesterday and Today describes nearly fourteen thousand years of Indian history and culture. We will learn how people lived in Maryland before the Europeans arrived. Why they lived as they did. What has been their fate since the arrival of the Europeans. The purpose of this book is to increase young readers' knowledge of Maryland Indian history and culture; to demonstrate the strong sense of identity of Maryland Indians; and to help others understand their sense of pride in their American Indian heritage. The Lumbee, Nanticoke, Piscataway, and Cherokee are just a few who reside in Maryland. (from introduction)

By Frank W. Porter III, Published in 1983 by the Museum and Library of Maryland History (Maryland Historical Society), paperback, 26 pages of text with black and white images

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