The two stories of creation we 're very similar in both Christianity, and the Iroquois. They both had the same outline, but each of them added their own personal twists that made it their own. Their first similarity was the amount of children they had. They both had 2 kids, that we 're opposites. One of the differences about this was that one of the stories was how in one, the kids we 're dire opposites.
Both the Iroquois and African Bushman creation myths have some differences, but they also have strong similarities. Before the land was created on earth in the two-creation myth both the animals and human’s relationship was very strong and peaceful and caring, the start of the bushman creation myth states that “In this place people and animals lived together peacefully. They understood each other”, and at the start of the Iroquois creation myth before the land was created the caring relationship of the humans and animals is shown by how hard the animals work to save the sky woman and help her build the land, in the myth it says “Just before she reached the waters they caught her on their backs and brought her to the other animals”. Another similarity
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. There is many differences and similarities between the Coastal tribe, Chinook and the Plateau tribe, Nez Perce on the way they get and use their food based on their environment.
Cherokee & Yokut from the Beginning Native American tribes all have their own unique views of just how the world and civilization came to be. While some share similarities in their stories, others have a very different story to tell of how this world came to be. The Cherokee and Yokyut tribes are no different in that they have great resemblance, yet the tales are told through different contexts. The Cherokee tell of a world full of cold, vast and endless darkness (the great stone arch of the sky) where tiny creatures live within an area of the sky. Here the water beetle leapt off and discovered the water below, but the only ground was below the water.
Two Enemies One Story This paper will identify differences and similarities within the Apache and Cherokee Tribes of North America through their Creation Stories. Creation Stories often share similarities throughout the world. Creation stories are frequently considered sacrosanct explanations which are found in almost all Native American tribes except a select few in South America. These stories all have a scheme of figures who are often divine beings with human features or human like, or a combination of animalistic features and human, who play main roles with in the creation story. Creation Stories help answer question that cannot be answered by general knowledge and are told in a story format.
The Iroquois are a group of native americans. The Iroquois are divided into 5 dans. The Mohawk, Seneca, Oneida, Onondaga, and Cayuga tribes. Later a sixth nation, the Tuscarora tribe, joined the confederation. Agriculture provided most of the Iroquois diet.
Hello, everybody. After reading all the assigned stories and viewing the lecture, I gained a strong interest for The Iroquois Creation Story. I was quite drawn to one of the beliefs over the piece once it was mentioned in the lecture because I shared the same thought while reading the narrative. Numerous individuals find it odd that Enigorio is said to be the good twin in the story while Enigonhahetgea is said to be the evil twin. The peculiarity seen in this aspect of the story originated because the readers of the tale learn that the “evil” twin attempts to prevent the human beings from eating the animals, which may be seen as a good deed.
Compare and Contrast Essay Adam Shepard’s project had more of a purpose to prove to Americans. His journey provided evidence that the American Dream is achievable in a reasonable amount of time. Chris wasn 't trying to be admirable, but was just trying to live unsophisticated, with no regards or concern for anyone else. Throughout the two exploits both Adam and Chris had very different motivations.
According to the materiel Of The People, he Hurons differed greatly from the Europeans in several ways. First, in marriage and sexual relations. The Hurons entered into sexual relations shortly after puberty and these relations may or may not lead to marriage. In Europe sexual relations were supposed to occur until after marriage. During this time period Europeans believed that marriage was sacred and should not be annulled unless absolutely necessary, this greatly different from the common dissolving of marriage among the Hurons.
This rebellion's result was divided, Indians compromised Britain's power, but Britain needed to change their policy. This rebellion was violence. Two hundred warriors died because of this rebellion. Epidemics also killed indigenous people during and after Pontiac's rebellion. The famous story of this rebellion is one of British army officers of Fort Pitt sent smallpox infected blankets to First Nations that tried to infect smallpox to Indians.
The Differences and Similarities between Native American and Puritan Literature Native American and Puritan Literature have their own distinct culture and traditions. They also incorporate it into their literature. Puritan literature was mostly passed down through sermons, diaries, journals, and poems. Native Americans were indigenous people of the Americas and their literature was traditional oral and written. Both Native Americans and Puritan Literature have similar elements of culture, such as religion, beliefs, and morals.