Changing Cultural Landscapes: How Are People and Their Communities Affected by Migration and Settlement?

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Crabtree Publishing Company, Oct 31, 2010 - Juvenile Nonfiction - 48 pages
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Culture gives humans a sense of identity. This title examines how cultures around the world mix and change in response to migration and settlement. This fascinating book examines examples from history including: the slave trade and the impact of African culture on North America and then the world; the forcing of Native Americans to adopt European culture; and the cultural interchange between the British Empire and India.

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Marina Cohen is an elementary school teacher in the York Region District School Board. Her previous novels include "Ghost Ride", shortlisted for the 2011 Red Maple Award, and Mind Gap. She lives in Markham, Ontario.

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