BESTSELLER Les Autochtones d'Amérique du Nord
Where did the first indigenous people come from? Where did they live? What are their beliefs? An illustrated guide to the first inhabitants of North America.
This book is a fascinating insight into the many races and cultures of North American Indigenous peoples from prehistory to the present day. Using tools such as computer graphics, maps and graphics, Aboriginal Peoples of North America promotes a better understanding of the First Nations of this continent. For example, the housing section demonstrates their ingenuity in adapting to their particular environment - whether it's building a temporary shelter with ice blocks in the Arctic or a permanent dwelling on the side of a cliff in the southwestern United States. It reveals the diversity of languages spoken by Aboriginal people, their vast networks of exchanges and all that can be done with a bison. Although it covers a very broad subject, this documentary initiates the exploration of exceptional peoples by presenting an overview of what they were and their way of life.