To become strong, people would have to learn how to become one and work together. Throughout the United States, there is a group of American Indians called Chippewa and they are a unique group of American Indians and they hold a unique story behind them. The Chippewa tribe was one of the original group from the time of development in the New World ("Chippewa Indians." Ohio). The tribe of Indians is very large, but now they are scattered throughout the United States. The two main locations that they mostly are in and had influenced most are up north near Canada and west of the United States ("Chippewa Indians."
Because of this, tribes lived in homes that suited their region like wigwams, long houses, igloos, and teepees ("Diversity of Native American Groups."). During class, we focused mostly on the Wampanoag tribe and learned about their homes, where they lived, climate and government. The Wampanoags were a body of 60 tribes living together. I can’t imagine how they managed to maintain peace over that large of a group! Their government was ruled mostly by men, as was the rest of the tribes’ (Patterson).
The Ojibway descent is formed into 5 different original clans. Each clan is has at least 21 sub clans like; Wawaazisii meaning the bullhead clan, Moozwaanowed meaning the little moose tail clan, and the Nooke meaning the bear clan. Ojibway people are known for being fisherman, hunters, farmers and harvested things like sugar and rice. They learned how to make medicine from wild
The Tlingit are an American Indian people that are from southern Alaska. The name “Tlingit” is defined as “in the people”. Their population now is said to be around twenty-five thousand. The Tlingit people hunted seals, goats, deer, and bear; fished for herring, salmon, and halibut; and gathered shellfish, berries, and roots. There were multiple species of salmon that bombarded their streams during migration times.
In this bay over 70 million salmon each year are produced. This bay supplies over 40% of the world’s sockeye salmon to people globally. The bay goes from the arc of the Alaska Range to the Bering Sea which is a very vast amount of space. Many Arctic Wildlife such as brown and black bears, whales,
Nez Percé is an exonym given by French Canadian fur traders who visited the area regularly in the late 18th century, meaning literally "pierced nose". Today the Nez Perce identify most often as Niimíipu in Sahaptin. The tribe also uses the term Nez Perce, as do the United States Government in its official dealings with them, and contemporary historians. Older historical ethnological works use the French spelling of Nez Percé with the
When they lived in Virginia Territory, their houses were made from saplings and their bark, this would keep the houses relatively warm in the winter and cold in the summer. Thier land had influenced the culture of the people. After the English had settled there, the entire lifestyle of the Indians
The Kuna people are an indigenous group that still live today in Panama and in Colombia. They got their independence from Panama in 1925. The Comarca de Guna Yala is the home to the Kuna people. It is 226 kilometers long, known as San Blas. It consists of 400 small islands, but the Kuna people only inhabit 59 of them.
China has many different attractions you can visit, one of the most popular being The Great Wall of China one of the most iconic symbols of china and one of the Seven Wonders of the World. The Great Wall is the longest wall in the world, it spans all the way from China’s western frontier to the East coast totalling about 6000km, another being the Terracotta Army in Xi’an, the hundreds of very detailed life-sized models before being discovered in 1974 were underground for at
Entry 1 Who were the Native Americans? Native Americans spoke hundreds of different languages and were a diverse group of people who, for the most part, crossed the Bering Strait between 15,000 and 60,000 years ago. What were the major differences between Native Americans and Europeans? At that time, Europeans had made significantly more advancements in metal tools, gunpowder, and science. Native Americans also had a different political system, religious views, and family structure then the Europeans.
The Northwest Coast Indians are believed to have begun living on the west coast area of what we now know as Alaska, Washington State, Oregon, California, and British Columbia, Canada over 10,000 years ago. The Bella Coola, Haida, Nootka, and Tlingit are just a few of the tribes that make up the Northwest Coast Indians who were known as the richest Native American’s due to the large quantity of natural resources that were available to them in this region. Living along the coast, there was so much fish available for them to eat. They enjoyed such fish as salmon, halibut and cod.
The Whiteclay Conspiracy One course, offered at Nebraska Wesleyan University, is Women’s Global Health. In taking this course, one of the required activities involved watching the documentary, “The Battle for Whiteclay.” The responses from fellow classmates were coherent in the fact that most had never heard of Whiteclay, Nebraska nor the plight of the Oglala Lakota Sioux tribe members living just to the north on the Pine Ridge Indian Reservation. The images of Native Americans intoxicated and slumped over on sidewalks and against the various liquor establishments located within Whiteclay was deplorable.
Of the many Native tribes, two of them were the Iroquois and the Cherokee. These two tribes had many interesting characteristics and ways of life. Some of which they share. In some ways, they differ. The Iroquois were located and lived in present-day New York, at the northeastern woodlands area.
From eight present-day states; Virginia, West Virginia, Kentucky, Tennessee, Georgia, Alabama, North Carolina, and South Carolina, more than forty thousand square miles, lived the largest Native American tribe in the United States. The Cherokee. The Cherokee were once a very powerful tribe, they had lived and hunted in a large area of land. Like many Native American tribes, the Cherokee had called themselves “the real people” or the “principal people”. In Cherokee, that word is Ani-Yun-wiya.