2 edition of "Sakakawea" silver buffaloberry found in the catalog.
1985 by U.S. Dept. of Agriculture, Soil Conservation Service in [Washington, D.C.?] .
Written in English
|Series||Program aid -- no. 1364, Program aid (United States. Dept. of Agriculture) -- no. 1364|
|Contributions||United States. Soil Conservation Service|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||1 folded sheet (6 p.) :|
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Seedlings of silver buffaloberry are available from many commercial conservation nurseries. ‘Sakakawea’ was developed by the North Dakota Plant Materials Center, Bismarck. This cultivar originated from open-pollinated seed collected in in Canada. Within this selection, 12.
The publications listed below are available in electronic or hardcopy format from the Bismarck Plant Materials Center (PMC). Please contact the PMC via email ([email protected]) or phone () to obtain hard copies.
Trees and Shrubs Tested in Western North Dakota and South Dakota. Cover Photo: Bur oak from Barnes County, North Dakota, at Sweet Briar Arboretum silver maple black walnut Ohio buckeye river bank elder Nanking cherry black walnut Sakakawea silver buffaloberry book chokecherry laurel willow 'Imperial' poplar Nanking cherry 4 3 'Sakakawea' buffaloberry 'Legacy.
Sakakawea silver buffaloberry book publications can be found on the Bismarck PMC Web site. Contact the PMC via Sakakawea silver buffaloberry book at [email protected] or phone () to obtain additional copies.
How is Sacagawea (Sakakawea) spelled. Was Sacagawea (Sakakawea) really reunited with her Shoshone brother; People Encountered. Who were the tribes the Lewis and Clark encountered in North Dakota. Had the Mandan and Hidatsa ever seen an African-American before.
How did tribes fare in the wake of the expedition. Was Sacagawea Sakakawea) Shonshone. Sakakawea silver buffaloberry book life is more difficult to follow up on, and in the afterward, Erdrich tells about the differing theories on her death after the Corps of Discovery.
The map and timeline at the back of the book are a nice addition for older children who would like a more visual review of the trip/5(5). A cultivar of the Silver Buffaloberry, the Sakakawea Buffaloberry, was developed in Bismarck.
This cultivar is more tolerant of alkaline and high pH soils, and is great for revegetation of disturbed areas. Roughly percent of fruit produced by the Sakakawea cultivar will be yellowish-orange. These plants are Sakakawea silver buffaloberry book for Sakakawea silver buffaloberry book wildlife.
Erdrich acknowledges some gaps in what is known about Sacagawea, but her picture-book account is faithful to the historical record as she quickly sketches the young woman's origins and then focuses on her experiences with Lewis and Clark's Corps of Discovery.
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Sacagawea Sacagawea Sacagawea Sacagawea Sacagawea Sacagawea Sacagawea. Biography (nonfiction), 1, words, Level Y (Grade 5), Lexile L. The explorers Lewis and Clark owe much of their success to the brave support of a young Native American woman: Sacagawea.
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This was a beautifully illustrated account of all the things we actually know about Sacagawea. Though it's a kid's book, I learned a lot.
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Her pacing highlights crucial moments--such as negotiations for ponies with Sacagawea's brother, a chief, and the displeasure with Charbonneau's boatmanship--without sacrificing the general unfolding of the expedition. A slight wistfulness is evident at some moments, such as when Clark expresses his wish to educate Sacagawea's child, Pompey.
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