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.
Native American Journal Kimberly Foster Back in the day there where native Americans and they had found different places to go and different things to do . One day a man was walking and found something that looked flat and like it could be a little island or something so he walked across over there to it and it was a island he seen different things on it he seen horses he seen people with things on there heads he had discovered a new island he finally had went back to where all his friends was and told them what he had found they went back over there with him and lead them back to the little island he told them how he was walking and found it they lived on there and they ate different things that came their way they built different houses and
The characteristics of the modern Northwest Coast tribes that struck me the most was the lifestyle that they live in reservations. There is really no difference between reservations large or small even though some reservations might have more resources then the other there is still vale of darkness over these reservations. The American government had begun to declare specific pieces of land located in the West as Native reservation in the 1850s and 1860s. The main reasons were to open up more land for settlers that were headed to the west and to distinguish and keep peace between these settlers and Indians. Most reservations were large but not big enough didn’t compare to the land that Native were use to.
The rise, fall, and emergence of Native American tribes Throughout our nation ’s many different chapters of history, one chapter that is sometimes forgotten is the widespread effect of Native American tribes in the early stages of history in the U.S. The first hurdle that they faced and the one that led to their downfall and disappearance was the environmental challenge. In other words, history has told us that not all Native Americans truly adapted to our country. The main two reasons that caused their appearance were the contracting of diseases that were brought over from Europe and the lack of food supplies for the amount of people that were continuing to settle here.
Corn, beans, squash, Pinyon(nuts),Yucca(fruit), ricegrass(seeds), amaranth(seeds and greens), goosefoot (seeds and greens), pumpkin, cucumber, tomato, spices, water, cocoa. Location Now: Mesa Verde, Chaco Culture, Aztec Ruins, Pueblo Bonito, Casa Rinconada, Chetro Ketl, Salmón Ruin, Peñasco Blanco, Wijiji, Pueblo de Arroyo, Kin Kelso, Hugo Plavi, Tsin Kletzing, Casa Chiquita. Back then: Southeastern Utah, Northeastern Arizona, Northwestern New Mexico, and Southwestern Colorado.
Two animals that dominated the lives of the tribe’s were the horses and buffalo. Horses gave them mobility the tribes tended not to stay in one place they stayed two weeks at the most they were constantly moving. More important than the horse were the buffalo there were millions of buffalo that lived on the plains. When the civil war was over there were fifteen to thirty million buffalo living on the plains wildly freely grazing. When Spaniards traveled to the Plains and planned to stay and see how many buffalo passed.
Do you know about the Native Americans in the Pacific Northwest? Well here are some facts about it: It 's located on the Northwest side of America. It’s name is Pacific Northwest because it’s on the border line of the Pacific Ocean and it’s on the northwest side. There was around 18 different tribes in the Pacific Northwest and there was around 250,000 Native Americans.
Woodland Indians lived in the forests near lakes,and streams. Woodland tribes lived in Wigwams and Longhouses;and several big related families would usually share longhouses. Face paintings were very important to Woodland Indians because the different colors represented different type of emotions or things such as.... Red= Life , Black= Death, and purple= Royalty.
Ownership of land was the concept of private property that one person or group owned permanent, absolute control of a part of land. This was difficult to understand for many Native Americans because they have practiced a communistic land system for a long period of time. Land was not a product, perceptible, or an inert item that could be sized and sold. The Native Americans never established a structure or civilization of personal land ownership. Their land was not possessed by people and instead belonged to the community as a whole.
In the families of the Cheyenne tribe, gender roles are very dominant in deciding what each person is supposed to do for the sake of the tribe. The males of the tribe are responsible for food and protection for the family. Many of the men go out on long hunting trips. These trips can last from a few days to a few weeks. The men are also warriors.