North-South-East-West: American Indians and the Natural World
Carnegie Museum of Natural History offers a range of educational programming
related to Alcoa Foundation Hall of American Indians. Resources for schools and
groups include tours, classes, outreach programs, and special publications. Most programs can be custom-designed to meet the needs of a specific
Please see the Group Visits site for more information on tours and classes customized to meet your curriculum needs.
The Discovery Room allows your students to investigate American Indian-related
topics in a hands-on environment.
Bring the museum to your location through on-site visits, videoconferencing, material loans, and more. See our Outreach Programs for more information.
To order, call Jerry Farber at the Natural History Store, 412.622.1989 or email@example.com, or contact the Scientific Publications department.
North, South, East, West: American Indians and the Natural World by Marsha C. Bol. Paperback: $24.95; Clothbound, $40.
The official catalogue
of the Alcoa Foundation Hall of Native Americans! Further explore museum collections through hundreds of photos, native quotes, and more.
Stars Above, Earth Below: American Indians and Nature, edited
by Marsha C. Bol. Paperback: $19.95.
This collection of thirteen
essays investigates the relationship between American Indians and the
Discover American Indian Ways: A Carnegie Activity Book by
Pamela Soeder, illustrated by Bill Powless. Paperback: $4.95.
and informative activity book for children ages eight to twelve. Learn
about American Indians on a cross-country road trip featuring puzzles,
games, and more.