Readers will enjoy this in-depth look at the Shawnee tribe, a people who inhabited much of the American Midwest and Southeast before being moved to Oklahoma in the 1830s. Readers will learn about Shawnee traditions, customs, and history, as well as the ways their lives changed after meeting European settlers. This book explores the past and present of the tribe, giving a glimpse into Shawnee life today. Informative text and color photographs allow readers to connect deeply with this topic. This book is sure to be an excellent addition to social studies instruction.