I compare the two tribe is Powhatan and Navajo. Powhatan formed powerful tribes of eastern North American and they worship animal spirits , especially the great hare. Powhatan was an American Indian leader who built the Powhatan confederacy of tribes what is now Virginia. Powhatan Indians dressed in deer skin for hunting. A Famous chief named wahunsonacok known as Powhatan. The Powhatan is first permanent English settlements in North American , Jamestown. Later , the tribes seemed to no longer exist. During in 1900s , several hundred in Virginia and Delaware who claim to belong that tribe.
In this paragraph I will tell you about how these three native tribes have things in common. The Inuit, Haida, and Iroquois have many things alike and things that they all do differently. The Inuit, Haida, and Iroquois were all in Canada before the europeans came in the 1500’s. All three tribes use specific parts of the animal that they hunted for different things, like using
One of the similarities, was one of the animals that they both hunted, PORCUPINE! For example, the Iroquois use the porcupine quills and the Inuits just eat them. Another similarity, is the myth of the blood sucking monster, the MOSQUITOES! For example, they both think that mosquitoes are blood sucking monsters that kill you. But really, they are just blood suckers. In conclusion to this paragraph, you can see that the Inuits and the Iroquois are similar in many ways.
The first region that I am going to compare is the Arctic and Subarctic regions. Specifically, the Inuit Tribe. The Inuit Tribe was a tribe that lived in the far north part of the Arctic. They were hunters, because they could not farm for three fourths of the year, not even in the spring. They relied heavily on hunting
In this prompt the argument that Morality exists is irrelevant, contrary to our thoughts and beliefs. Everyone follows a set of moral rules. Ethical relativists disagree with this belief because, they believe that morals are distinctive from each individual culture. These relativists as described are mixing up moral and cultural distinctions, or are simply not willing to completely understanding the cultures they are standing up for. There are two different types of relativism Ethical, and Cultural, that rely upon the argument of cultural differences, which have flaws that make the argument unsound. Although cultures throughout the world are distinct from one another, along with their own unique customs, there are set moral rules that every culture follows which plays a big role, in order for society to continue forward.
In the myths “When Grizzlies Walked Upright” and “The Navajo Origin Legend”, we get a glimpse of the beliefs of traditional Native American societies. The former myth is one told by the Modoc tribe of Oregon, the other is told by the Navajo tribe of the American Southwest. The different uses of animals, spirits, and women’s roles help create an illustration of society before colonization. These myths do also differ on these themes and on how they are presented. These myths show that these tribes were more different than alike.
Hello again, we shall be glancing at two similarities that the Inuit & Iroquois had in common. For example, they both had myths and legends explaining the origins of everyday objects. For example, where did a mosquito come from. Or how stars came to be as they are today. This supports how they were the same, even if the myths or legends might be different they still explain the origins. Another example they were similar is that they made arts and
Imagine yourself going back into the past and living with the Coastal and Plateau tribes. Wouldn't you want to see the resources they used? They have to use the sources that are found around them based on where they live. So the Chinook tribe of the coast and Nez Perce tribe of the Plateau interacted with their environment differently and similarly to provide food, shelter and clothing for their people.
The White Dawn follows the lives of three whalers, who are stranded and then saved by the native Inuit. The sailors Pilee, Portagee, and Kakuktak, each have their own way of fitting in and connecting with the people. They have to deal with people whom they cannot talk to, and who share different customs. It can be argued that Kakuktak is the most successful in his quest to integrate himself within the tribe.
People of the Pacific Coast and the People of the Arctic have lived in Canada more than 12,000 years! The People of the Pacific Coast and the people of the Arctic both have lived on flat grounds, and never on big hills or even mountains! But the people of the Pacific Coast were very spiritualism about there Moon, Earth and what was always going on. The people of the Arctic used industrially as a way to produce and create tools to reduce manual labor in cost. One of the major cultural elements that began to flourish on the Pacific Northwest Coast was the use of music and other forms of arts and craft, began to flourish on the Pacific Northwest Coast was the use of music and other forms of arts and craft. The people of the Arctic had a myth, “ the ancestors of modern Inuit Colonized
The makah and the nez perce had totally different ways of living.The makah tribe of the coast and the nez perce tribe of the plateau interacted with their environment differently to provide food,shelter,and clothing for their people.
Jim Learning, 78, takes off his black baseball cap to reveal his long white hair. His complexion is fair and his small hazel eyes are framed by his thick white eyebrows. The elder has a silver-white mustache and a wizened face full of wrinkles. One would never think that Learning is a Canadian aboriginal, but he is. Learning’s mother was Inuit and his father was French, so he describes himself as “Euro-Inuit.”
Though one could argue the Métis, an intriguing melting pot of two worlds, did not have a strong political system, they were certainly a unique ethnic and cultural entity. The Métis, historically, were a group of diverse ancestry; they were the result of the Native’s way of life from the old world and the European culture from the new, blended together. For example, not only did they incorporate elements from the French culture such as arranging crops in seigneurial patterns, but they also had an annual bison hunt, which was a tradition passed down from the Natives of British North America. Furthermore, as well as Algonkian, the language spoken by some Native tribes, the Métis inherited the French language. Combining the two, they created a
Life of these two tribes are similar and unique in all different parts of survival. Somethings work for the other tribe and but not for the other. As we go forward, the Inuit and Haida know what works for their tribe and what doesn 't to stay alive and
Now, for how they are different. They all have their similarities, but they also have their differences. One difference is their housing. The inuit used igloos, the haidas used longhouses, but the iroquois have longhouses too, but you see, they look completely different and i bet they are made out of different materials. They all believe