The traditional clothing of Native Americans reveals much about the resources that were available to their ancestors, the climate in which they lived, their customs, and their creativity with textiles. This valuable guide to the clothing of several native peoples features different apparel worn by a variety of communities across America. Carefully chosen photographs support the interesting information in the engaging and meticulously researched text. Readers will be especially intrigued by the details spotlighted in the fact boxes and sidebars throughout. A graphic organizer and concluding questions encourage readers to think more deeply about the key ideas of the book.