Night Flying Woman is a story about a young girl who had to make a lot of changes during her life. In the beginning of this story Oona(Ni-bo-wi-se-gwe) was a young child who observed from her elders. Her own story is reflected from the hardships she had to go through as a child and how she had to grow as a Native American Woman during the time in which they were being contained and assimilated. It is a story based on the Ojibwe culture.
arguments, and directed the hunting and gathering. A new chief of a tribe would be the son of the original chief. This would go on for generations. Each village in a tribelet had a speaker that would be the sub-chief if the headman couldn’t be there. Sort of like a vice president.
In particular, from the Encyclopedia of Native Americans in the section about the Chinook tribe it states that “Men wore mat robes and wide-brimmed hats made of silk grass or cedar bark.” Also, in the same source Encyclopedia of Native Americans it says that “Women wore knee-length, fringed dresses made of silk grass or cedar bark.” But, from the same source Encyclopedia of Native Americans in a difference section about the Nez Perce tribe it sites that “In summer, men usually wore capes and breechcloths… adding fur robes and leggings when it turned cold.” Similarly, in the same source and section it says that “Woman began to wear long dresses of buckskin that had fringe at the hem and sleeves.” As shown, there's quite a few differences between them but, the similarity they have is they both wore similar clothing. All in all, when the seasons change both of the tribes clothing were still the same as each other but styled
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.
Everyone has similarities and differences even if they look just alike. Although there are many things that are different about people there are also many similarities. The Haida, Inuit and Sioux are great examples of pros and cons because they all have to find other ways to hunt for food and gather supplies because unlike us they don’t all have grocery stores to go and get their supplies at. Even though there are similarities there are many differences to.
The Bannock tribe was a huge and important tribe with rich history and culture until the building of Fort Hall when the white settlers came, and that eventually led to their destruction.
Indians from the Southwest were farmers. They grew corn , beans , and squash . They also grew melons and peaches . There was very little rain . The Indians of the Southwest dug ditches to collect water for their crops. Some hunted small animals like birds and rabbits . They ate wild turkeys , too. They also had to hunt for them to.
The clothes worn by the sioux were mainly made out of animal skin/fur.The clothes they wore were made primarily from animal skins. Men wore deerskin shirts with leggings while women wore full length dresses with leggings underneath to keep warm. The Sioux liked to decorate their clothing with colorful items such as beads, they also used natural items including shells, animal teeth and claws.They protected their feet
The Lenape was the next Indian tribe to adapt and live in that same area. The tribe was very friendly with the neighboring tribes. In their villages of 50-200 people they grew corn squash and beans. But, further than the crops were hunting grounds. The Lenape men hunted
How has learning about the Inuit and other circumpolar groups changed your views about the plight of indigenous peoples, particularly in North America?
The Copper Inuit uses there to their benefit to improve their hunting technique. The Copper Inuit men hunted seals by stationing themselves over breathing holes in the ice located by their dogs. They understood that there was multiple ways to use dogs to help hunting besides attacking the animals. The dogs simply tracked the seals breathing holes. Since seals were the Copper Inuit main prey they uses the dogs to track instead of attack because the seals are in the water. The dogs was of great importance to the Copper Inuit and served as hunting animals and transportation. the dogs greatly increased the mobility to trade efficiently. (Damas. 1996)
One should consider visiting the Siberian Tundra because of the rare animals that inhabit it and the vast number of activities that you can do when visiting.
The search for the Northwest Passage brought many explorers to what is now known as the Canadian arctic. The first explorer to have made the journey was Martin Frobisher, an English seaman. In 1576, he made contact with the indigenous group called the Inuit.
They were corn farmers, and they were good at that, so that did not need to worry
“Food is a lifeline to the community.” (Ice Alaska, n.d.). Alaska Native communities rely on the land and water for food necessities. Food sovereignty is the right of the people or the community to a healthy and culturally appropriate foods (Food Sovereignty, n.d.). This is food that is produced through ecological sound and sustainable methods. Food sovereignty is also define as the right of the people to decide what their food will be and how they will obtain it, whether through hunting, fishing, gardening or gathering (Food Sovereignty n.d.). This limits the say that markets and corporations have on the items the Natives choose to eat. Food sovereignty helps the Natives to be able to show the next generation how they gather and hunt