Hunter gatherer culture refers to any group of people that depends primarily on wild foods for subsistence. When the agriculture and animals domestication emerge in the southwest Asia and Mesoamerica, people were identified as hunters and gatherers. In addition to that, they use a diverse strategy that depends on their local environment. Hunter-gatherer use strategies such as hunting or trapping for bug game, smaller animals, fishing, gathering shellfish, and insect, and wild plant foods. The hunters and gatherers used these strategies to ensure a balanced diet.
1.) Paleo Indians The Paleo-Indians were groups of people that traveled to America from Northeastern Asia around 13,000 B.C.E. They traveled in bands (containing fifteen to fifty people) where women cared for the children and prepared the food that the men hunted. At Monte Verde, Chile, the Paleo-Indians had a wide variety of plants and animals to choose from; however, they had a greater interest in large mammals such as: mammoths, caribou, and bison. Upon encountering other groups, the Paleo-Indians shared ideas and traded goods.
The others animals they hunted were the coyote, raccoon, porcupine, weasel, beaver, marmot, and hare. The plateau people were great fisherman. The most important type of fish and food for the people of plateau was the salmon. During the end of fall, the salmon came to lay eggs in rivers. They caught large amounts of salmon
As stated before, location is everything when it comes to what they eat and how they look like. The Eurasian lynx usually favor the roe deer but in parts of Finland, introduced white tailed deer are eaten mostly regularly and in some areas of Poland and Austria, red deer are the preferred prey, in Switzerland the locally favored animal is the chamois. An adult Eurasian Lynx require at least 2.4-4.4 lb. of meat per day, but it’ll take several days to fully consume their larger prey.
Women and children on the other hand would grow corn, beans, squash,and gather foods like fruits, nuts, and herbs. When the Spanish came they showed the Navajo how to raise animals. They still do this with sheep and goat. With the animals they raised, they would use every part of
The Environments shape had a part in forming Native American cultures and civilizations. Native Americans would used the surrounding land around them and the environment to suit their needs, they believed in respecting nature and any changes in it would result in a change for them to. The season determined how crops would grow, they were able to adjust their diets and food gathering skills to survive those changing seasons. Native Americans eventually developed an agriculture system based on: corn, beans, and squash, more commonly known as “three-sister” farming. This diet provided by the clever farming technique resulted in high population densities.
They both affect different geographical areas; hurricanes mostly damage the Southeastern United States while blizzard often hit the northern latitudes. They are also very different in the way that they cause damage. Huracanes will uproot trees and cause damage with massive winds and flooding. Blizzards will often cause
Canadian Stereotypes, Eh? How Canadian Stereotypes Have Influenced Our Past Canadian stereotypes(An oversimplified idea of Canada) have been going around the world for a long time, they are not new. They have been going on since before Canada was its Country. Stereotypes have affected immigration of the past all the way to our current Canadian identity. Some of the ones I 'm about to show you, have influenced Canadas past.
Many nomadic people used the animals will power to help them, people in the northern areas used reindeer to pull sledges full of accessories, those farther South near the Middle East, used camels to transport goods. While the sedentary people used herd animals to enrich the top soil with manure. Towards the end of the Neolithic period there was a time that surplus production came in to play, this meant that the producer in the product could barter or trade to a different person for a good that they have surpluses
Hogans were made by taking poles of wood and covering them with mud, more wood, and straw for the roof. It may seem unsafe to have a house made of mud, but the sun dried the mud to make a special kind of brick called adobe. For food, the Navajo mainly hunted, but they farmed the three sisters: squash, corn, and beans. Yucca was also a major food source. The animal carcass was never wasted, all the parts were used in someway or another.
Deer, turkey, moose, rabbit, skunk raccoon, swan, and duck. What do all of these have in common? They are all animals, but more importantly, they were all hunted in colonial times. Today I will show you hunting in colonial times. We are going to look at this in a couple different ways.
Native Americans today live in towns and cities and follow the non-native economic and social systems. Also, there are some who live on reservations protected by treaties with the U.S government. As believed by many Native Americans there was not just
Then they would move to were their game went. When they were doing all that the learned how to plant crops corn beans, and squash. They lived near waterways then they became farmers they stared with other people neighboring groups. Leaders lived in the center of the village early Native Americans some follow their game and some just started were they were the all had different languages clothing customs their homes. Nomadic Indians moved from places to places nomadic family’s would build a house that would move very easily that could withstand any type of weather.
The skywalkers are Iroquois iron workers who literally live on the edge, doing high steel construction work and the Iroquois are historically known for being powerful and an important northeast Native American union. The Iroquois people have settled in the areas of Ontario and upstate New York for well over 4,000 years. The Iroquois consisted of five tribes prior to European colonization. Their society serves as an outstanding example of political and military organization, complex lifestyle, and a high role of women.
The Haudenosaunee Confederacy is considered to be one of the longest continuously existing paricipary democracies in the world. They beleived in consensious, equality, and living together under the same house as six equal nations interacting as if they were a family. That is why the Haudenosaunee Confederacy is often refered to the "people of the longhouse". The six nations all came together after many years at war, in order to resolve their conflicts, they all signed the Great Law of Peace to end their conflict and become the Haudenosaunee Confederacy. Nations included the Mowhawk, Oneida, Cayuga, Seneca, Tuscarora and Onadaga.