How has learning about the Inuit and other circumpolar groups changed your views about the plight of indigenous peoples, particularly in North America? My father likes to watch television shows about Alaska and Canada. Over the years I have learned much about the Inuit and other circumpolar groups. In light of this, my views have not changed a lot in regards to their plight.
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.
According to the article, “Community, Obligation, and Food: Lessons from the Moral Geography of Inuit,” Nicole Gombay states that “our tradition, traditional way of life, it’s communal, like, we lived in communes. Our society, Inuit society originally was, can I say ‘communist’? … But, communism to many people, it’s wrong and bad. But in some other cultures it’s a necessity” (Gombay, 237). In deed, as a freshman at St. Olaf College, having a roommate is a necessity.
I learned a lot about both the Mi’kmaq and Inuit tribe, it is very entertaining to research such amazing and interesting tribes. I learned so many things about these tribes and I hope you do too. The main idea about the Inuit and Mi’kmaqs is they are very similar and different in so many ways. If you want to learn about these tribes then read on.
The Donner party, one of the most legendary tales of the American expansion of the West. Eighty-seven people, men, women, and Children risked it all. Their Lives, Fortunes, and Density. Beyond the obvious tragedy of the Donner party, one can find examples of Human Character in the story. Courage, Perseverance, Hopefulness.
The Haida, Inuit and Sioux 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. Alike Here are some of the similarities of the Haida, Inuit and Sioux.
In the Inuit Culture marriages are arranged based on the perception of what is best for the community and families. They are arranged by the parents of the bride and groom and the elders in the community. Divorce is common and polygamy in rare but does happen. Gender roles in the community are not absolute, but the men are considered superior to the women. Children play a big role in the composition of a family and often bring the community together.
The inuit, Haidas, and iroquois are different in many ways, and I am here to explain them. First of all, they are the same in a way because they all are dedicated to hunting, but that is something that all tribes need to do to live. Next, it's fishing. If you haven't noticed, all of these tribes like, and are experts at fishing. They all used pretty similar tools, for example, all of them use bow and arrows.
The Arctic and the Yukon People Did you know that the Arctic and the Yukon people only wore animal skins for clothes?This essay is about the differences and the similarities between the Arctic and the Yukon people. This is how the Arctic and the Yukon people are similar. They both like to eat seafood. They wore animal skin for clothes so they could stay warm. There beliefs were based in a animism.
Inuit and Haida By: Angellee Sisneros Although the Inuit tribe is from the arctic the Haida tribe is from the northwest woods, they have very different life styles. Things such as how they travel, their housing, the clothing they wear vary due to their living environments. These two tribes also have some similarities from their religious beliefs to the type foods they eat.