The Encyclopedia of Ancient Americas by Southwater StaffDiscover all about the everyday lives of early American peoples by investigating in turn the lost civilizations of the Aztec, Maya and Inca peoples of Central and South America, and the enduring Arctic and Native American Indian cultures of the North. Page by page, the story of each civilization unfolds to give an insight into the beliefs, traditions, crafts and survival skills of the past.
Call Number: 970.00497 ENC
Daily Life of the Incas by Louis BaudinLacking a written language, the ancient Incas provided clues to their society through art, architecture, and oral traditions. Using these aids, this book explores Inca life just before the arrival of Europeans, examining the diversions of the people, dress and diet, civil and social customs, ceremonial rites, art, and literature. 16 black-and-white illustrations.
Call Number: 985.019 BAU
DK Eyewitness - Aztec, Inca and Maya by Dorling Kindersley Publishing StaffEyewitness: Aztec, Inca & Maya is a spectacular and informative guide to the rise and fall of the pre-Columbian cultures of the Aztecs, Incas, and Mayas, who built vast empires and left behind a legacy of mystery and wonder. Amazing color photographs offer children a unique "eyewitness" view of these incredible civilizations.
Call Number: 972.01 BAQ
Conquistadors by Michael Wood
Call Number: 970.016 WOO
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