Anthony Glass is merchant from Natchez, Mississippi (Baird and Goble 54). The book written by Baird and Goble, “Oklahoma a history,” has a map showing this explorers routes on page 49. Glass’s journey only takes part of a small portion of this map. However, he doesn’t fall short of making an impact in history with his traveling. In the year of 1808 and 1809, Anthony Glass led a group of merchants to the Red River region (O’Dell).
Meskwaki Tribe The Meskwaki is a Native American tribe that is settled in region across the United States. Also know as the fox tribe they are Algonquian language speaking group that have settlements in modern day Iowa, Oklahoma, Kansas, and Nebraska. The Meskwaki were one of five or six politically allied central Algonquin speaking peoples. They were named Foxes by the French, who first encounter them in the Great lakes region in the mid-1600s. Their migration to Wisconsin was related to the displacement of native peoples resulting from inter-tribal warfare in the Lower Great Lakes region.
The Iroquois creation story is a renowned Native American myth written by a Tuscarora historian, David Cusick. He is also the author of David Cusick’s Sketches of Ancient History of the Six Nations, which is known to be the first Indian-written history printed in the English language (Radus). The Iroquois creation myth exists in twenty-five other versions. It describes how the world was created from the Native American perspective. It begins with a sky woman who falls down into the dark world.
Later on, they were forced to migrate to Oklahoma. The Chickasaw became known as the “Spartans of the lower Mississippi Valley” for their fierceness in battle (Native Americans Chickasaw Tribe). The Chickasaw were a unique group of individuals who can be observed through their history, culture, and lifestyle. The first recorded history of the Chickasaw Nation was in the year 1540. In that year, Hernando de Soto’s expedition
Part I: 1. A) Indians’ daily lives and values were similar to those of the colonists. Evidence: Rowlandson asks the Indians “whether they were earnest with God for deliverance, they told me they did as they were able…” (The Third Reserve). When Rowlandson and the Indians come across a deserted English crop field, she saw the Indians were at one with nature as the “Indians quickly spread themselves over the deserted English fields, gleaming over what they could find” (The Seventh Remove). Rowlandson son died and the Indians had buried him “Where I saw the ground was newly digged, and there they told me they had buried it” (The Third Remove).
There have been a wide variety of beliefs about where the first settlers of North America came from (Shultz, Mays, & Winfree, 2010). Shultz, himself, is quoted as admitting that “We will probably never know when the first people stepped foot on what we now call the United States”. With that being said, it is widely believed, at this time, that the paleo-Indians were the first people to settle what we now call North America. Early evidence suggested that these people came south out of what is now known of as Alaska around twelve thousand years ago, in an effort to find viable food sources; however, recent carbon dating suggests otherwise. The new theory is that the early settlers might have arrived in North America via boat from either Asia or even Europe as many as fifteen thousand years ago.
Paiutes Indians The Paiute Indian were a native Americans tribe in Utah.Paiute language is one of the northern Numic branches of the large Uto-Aztecan language family. The Paiute Indians started to go in Colorado.A lot of people thought that the Paiute Indian came to Utah in a.d.1100-1200. The Paiute Indians were grate at making tools and weapons. The Paiute tribe was also called the PITU was created by congress in the 3 of April in 1980. The congress though the Paiute trending them.The Paiute were mostly near the virgin and muddy rivers.
After Thomas Jefferson purchased the Louisiana Territory he commissioned the Corps of Discovery which was led by Meriwether Lewis and William Clark.We were on a fact finding mission to find a Northwest Passage, become friends with the Native Americans and tell them that America now owns the land, and collect information about plants and animal. The trip began in May of 1804 from St. Louis traveling to the Pacific Ocean and in September of 1806 we returned to St. Louis. On September 7,1804 we ran into an animal we named a prairie dog. It was brown except for the longer, they were gray we found it in Old baldy. When we encountered the prairie dog it went into a hole so we had to pour five barrels of water in till they came out.
By the 1700s the Mississauga and other First Nations tribes were at war with the Iroquois around Lake Simcoe and Georgian Bay area, looking for new hunting grounds that existed in the Kawarthas. (4) Eventually the fighting stopped and the Mississauga people settled in the Omemee area. At this time the Mississauga’s were neutral in the French and British war before it concluded in 1763 where Canada became a British colony under the Queen. Much like their close cultural relatives the Algonquians, the Mississauga’s were a primitive culture with a low settled
The inclusion of Indians in this war is because the majority of Native Americans are the Indians. The primary cause of this war was that France and England had claimed the same territory in North America. This war is thought to be paramount because it marked a new beginning of independent thinking among between the colonies. The war ended in 1763 after a period of nine years.