The Blackfoot tribe The blackfoot tribe was located Alberta, Canada and northern Montana. About 8,000 Indians lives in the U.S and Canada. Because they lived there, they were called “Niitsitapi” meaning “Original people. ”They were the indian tribe that migrated from the Great Lakes region.
The Secrets of the Eastern Woodlands The Eastern Woodland Indians lived in a lifestyle that was greatly affected by their area of living. The food they ate, the clothes they wore, and the kind of homes they lived in were all a result of where they lived. The environment that the Eastern Woodland Indians lived in was filled with trees, animals, plants, rivers, lakes, and wildlife. Some of the tribes that lived in the Eastern Woodlands area were the Mohicans, Iroquois, Powhatan, Mohawks . The Geography played a critical role in the lifestyle of the area's First Peoples.
Dakota (Sioux) The Sioux used horses to catch their main food source buffalo. They grew very few crops, and mostly traded weapons and meat with other tribes for corn. The main region for the sioux was the Northern Great Plains, which is North Dakota, South Dakota, Wisconsin and Minnesota. Tree are one of the natural resources that this tribe used, which was a building material and weapons.
The Chinook Indians were a tribe of Native Americans who lived in the Pacific Northwest. They lived along the coast of what is now Oregon and Washington State. The men used bow and arrows for hunting elk, deer and sea mammals. The women gathered other food such as shellfish, clams, roots and berries. The Chinook were very skilled traders. They traded fur and baskets for weapons to be used in hunting and war. For shelter, the Chinook lived in long rectangular houses made of cedar wood planks. The roofs of these structures were made out of tree bark.
Food -Deer had many uses, their meat is eaten fresh and smoke dried. -The easiest way to hunt seals was to sneak up on the seal that was basking in the sun. -In the summer, they would eat elk, bear, salmon or even mountain goats. -For the Haida, they would consume shellfish and sea mammals which were the staples for them.
Men wore short gowns which were referred to as hunting shirts and beaded belts. As for pants, younger men wore pants that were homespun out of yarn and cloth; Older men wore deerskin leggings. Women wore “tear dresses” which were dresses torn from larger bolt pieces. These dresses were worn to special tribal occasions and at weddings. As for shoes, only some men and women wore moccasins because shoes were not hugely popular at the time.
The name "Seminole" came about from the tribe's original name of yat'siminoli meaning "free people". That was the name the Seminoles had referred to themselves as because of their refusal to be conquered and converted by the "white man". The Seminole Tribe has long had a unique history with both the land of the Southeastern United States, and with the government of the United States. Their relationship with the land has been drastically altered as the result of three Seminole wars which displaced and relocated the Seminole tribe. As a result of the persecution by President Andrew Jackson, members from a variety of tribes in the Southeast United States began migrating into Spanish Florida to seek refuge. All who migrated into Spanish Florida
Chase Hegeman Mr. Smith English 2 23 September 2015 Pueblo Indians What is so special about pueblo houses? Well for starters they live in the Arizona and New Mexico, there is one tribe the lives in Texas. What makes them special is that the befriended the Spaniards so they never had to leave their home, so they are still there today. Pueblo comes from the spanish word ‘town’.
The Shawnee Tribe is a federally recognized Native American tribe in Oklahoma. Also known as the Loyal Shawnee, they are one of three federally recognized Shawnee tribes. The others are the Absentee-Shawnee Tribe of Indians of Oklahoma and Eastern Shawnee Tribe of Oklahoma.
They often hunted and used materials from nature for food and clothing. For example, the Chickasaw often hunted deer. They used the meat of the deer for food, and the deerskin to make clothing. The tips of the antlers were used to arrow heads. They also used the sinew and twisted them to make the bow strings.
Later on in their life’s the men would wear shirts made out of either cotton or velvet, while during the warmer seasons they would wear breeches that went just below the knee. In colder seasons they would have pants. Women wore squaw dresses made out of blankets. Both men and women would wear moccasins whether child or adult. Every year they had special traditions.
By the 1400s, Native Americans had developed a wide variety of cultures, or ways of living. Many groups lived in villages. Most were nomadic, moving from place to place as changes in seasons made food available in different areas. Historians call the areas where similar cultures developed cultural regions.
Throughout the history of the United States, there generally have been dozens of particularly social movements, which is fairly significant. From the African American Civil Rights Movement in 1954 to the feminism movement in 1920, protests for all intents and purposes have helped these groups basically earn rights and fight injustice in a really major way. Some injustices that these groups face range from lack of voting rights to police brutality, or so they essentially thought. The indigenous people of North America aren’t actually immune to these injustices, basically contrary to popular belief. Back in the 1968, the American Indian Movement generally was formed to for all intents and purposes give natives security and peace of mind in a