Students at Kingman Academy of Learning Primary School showed off some of what they learned about Native Americans during an open house at the school. From left to right are McKelle Labrum, Gauge Short and Rebecca Cudney. Each student was assigned a tribe and then created a project displaying their new knowledge. McKelle and Rebecca learned about Eastern Woodland tribes and made a doll and tomahawk, respectively, and Gauge made a Kiowa tipi with animal hides.
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