Before Christopher Columbus sailed the Atlantic Ocean to discover America in 1492, various groups of people had already located America. These groups of people were known as tribes. Tribes were often divided into several cultural groups because of the different beliefs and ideas they each followed. Although tribes date far back into history, they are still popular among millions of people today. According to the United States Census Bureau: “There are about 4.5 million Native Americans and Alaska Natives in the United States today.
The Choctaw village is located in the southeastern of the United States aka modern day Mississippi, Alabama, Florida, and Louisiana. They were forced to move to Oklahoma because US government has set “Indian territory” for the Indians to move to though few didn 't want to leave their home. Beside that fact about their village, they had a very stable village. The men hunted and went to war while the women farmed but mostly took care of the children and cook. Both genders did things to help their village so you couldn 't say the men did all the work while women did nothing.
The haudenosaunee or people of the longhouse known as the Six nations or the Iroquois, they are members of the confederacy of Aboriginal nations known as the Haudenosaunee Confederacy. When the tuscarora joined the confederacy early in the 18th century, it mostly known as the Six nations. The Haudenosaunee speak Iroquoian languages, The Iroquoian language group comprises over ten languages (comprises means they made it up.) including Cayuga, Mohawk, Oneida, Onondaga, Tuscarora and Seneca.
The Cherokee Removal The Americans of European ancestry often have described Native Americans as primitive, savage, and even and uncivilized. In this this paper I will provide primary evidence that supports what the Americans believed about the Natives, along with their few false accusations. I will also discuss how the Cherokee removal affected the natives during their journey along with afterwards. Before the removal was enforced, an upper class Cherokee, son of a warrior, John Ridge gave details on the Cherokee nation and how they are changing their lifestyles because of Americans.
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.
My topic was the Paiute Indians, they lived in the southwestern Great Basin region. Paiute men went hunting out for food in groups. The Paiutes raised their own fruits and vegetables. Paiute groups got together in autumn for marriages and dances. They lived in the Great Basin region.
The Seneca-Cayuga Nation did not start as a whole. They were two different groups that decided to come together and be one nation. The Seneca-Cayuga Nation is a relatively small tribe that is located in Oklahoma that came from New York State, yet they still own and operate many businesses throughout the Empire State. The Seneca-Cayuga Nation originated from New York State.
Did you ever think about native americans throughout time? How they lived in the past to today? Throughout time Native Americans have faced many difficult obstacles, some that we know about that happened in the past, to recent happenings. From new land being discovered to diseases spread, to conflicts, wars, and to poverty in the modern world. These are the conflicts the The Native Americans faced from the beginning of time, to the modern day.
The Mingo were a highly developed culture and though displaced by Europeans, they have retained many of their customs and beliefs. This Native American tribe continues to show many aspects of its ancestry through daily practices and its religious and social structures even with European influence and displacement to reservations. A part of everyday life for Mingo Indians was the clothes that they wore. The men of the tribe wore breechcloths with leggings, and the women of the tribe usually wore kilts, wore wraparound skirts, short leggings, and overdresses.
Before European exploration and colonization, Indians attained a massive population throughout the Americas. Living mostly in harmony with neighboring tribes, they were self-sufficient by utilizing their lands. However, the arrival of Europeans greatly altered the lives of American Indians by lessening their population, introducing diseases, and dominating their lands. By the end of the 1400s, Europeans began to take an interest in the world outside their own boundaries.