The Lakota is a tribe located in the northern plains of America. They are related to the Sioux by culture, Language, and history. The Dakota are also a related tribe to the Lakota. They are known as Teton or also western Sioux. In the 1640’s the Lakota stayed closer to the Sioux. That lived a more sedentary or riverine lifestyle. They relied on products from agricultural resources. They also relied on wild rice. They hunted fish and small deer .
Those who live in the Everglades of Florida today, travel around the state to teach the Seminole culture: “[They] visit schools and festivals across the state, performing traditional dance and music” (Rick). Present day Seminoles also live in Chickees, celebrate Seminole holidays, and wear cultural clothing like their ancestors did. These actions impact our daily lives because ideas spread. We may like Seminole methods or ways of doing things and try them ourselves. It is important that surviving Seminoles spread their culture because we need new ideas to help make our world a better place. Native Americans in the past created useful tools and structures that helped them to live a decent life. We could use those ideas and make them better. If Seminole Indians continue to spread their culture, the generation to come may recognize the Seminole tribe. Native Americans will finally have some type of attention. However, if America does not like “Seminole Ways” another war may start to make sure that Seminole indians discontinue their
-The Haida clans clothing was usually made from yellow or red cedar dark. The Haida women wore skirts and capes and men wore capes.
The name "Seminole" came about from the tribe's original name of yat'siminoli meaning "free people". That was the name the Seminoles had referred to themselves as because of their refusal to be conquered and converted by the "white man". The Seminole Tribe has long had a unique history with both the land of the Southeastern United States, and with the government of the United States. Their relationship with the land has been drastically altered as the result of three Seminole wars which displaced and relocated the Seminole tribe. As a result of the persecution by President Andrew Jackson, members from a variety of tribes in the Southeast United States began migrating into Spanish Florida to seek refuge. All who migrated into Spanish Florida
The Seminoles adopted many traditions of the Europeans including log homes and the style of dress. Most Seminole men wear britches and if a shirt a poncho style like that of the Spanish as they were the first settlers they came into contact with. The clothes were all made by hand until the 1890’s when hand cranked sewing
Because the Hoh were coastal people, they settled in one area and did not move around like nomadic people. Therefore, their clothing was not made to travel, so it wasn’t bulky or crafted to last for long periods of time. The clothing was also thin and light because of the coastal climate they lived in. The materials used to form the garments consisted of cedarwood, bark, animal leather, and more commonly, wool. The Hoh people had clothing similar to other tribes in the area, and used similar methods to make their own.
Think of a creative or descriptive name for this time period. For example, you might call the period before the development of agriculture “Life Before Farming” or “Hunting to Survive.” Make this name the title of your journal entry.
Later on in their life’s the men would wear shirts made out of either cotton or velvet, while during the warmer seasons they would wear breeches that went just below the knee. In colder seasons they would have pants. Women wore squaw dresses made out of blankets. Both men and women would wear moccasins whether child or adult.
In the 1500’s the Comanche tribe was originally merged with the Shoshone tribe in the Upper reaches of the Platte River. Only when the Europeans arrived did they split up. Around 1700 the Comanches acquired horses and started moving south from the Shoshone tribe. They made a stop in the Central plains before continuing on to an area that extended from the Arkansas River to Central Texas. As the tribe migrated south their population began to increase dramatically due to an abundance of food and an influx of Shoshone tribe members. The tribe itself was split into 8-12 independent groups and often fought amongst each other over land rights and food. When the Europeans discovered the Comanches they were settled in present-day Texas, Oklahoma
In particular, from the Encyclopedia of Native Americans in the section about the Chinook tribe it states that “Men wore mat robes and wide-brimmed hats made of silk grass or cedar bark.” Also, in the same source Encyclopedia of Native Americans it says that “Women wore knee-length, fringed dresses made of silk grass or cedar bark.” But, from the same source Encyclopedia of Native Americans in a difference section about the Nez Perce tribe it sites that “In summer, men usually wore capes and breechcloths… adding fur robes and leggings when it turned cold.” Similarly, in the same source and section it says that “Woman began to wear long dresses of buckskin that had fringe at the hem and sleeves.” As shown, there's quite a few differences between them but, the similarity they have is they both wore similar clothing. All in all, when the seasons change both of the tribes clothing were still the same as each other but styled
This type of stuff can be really awesome. Being a great person is always spectacular There are many differences between the Inca, an ancient population of Peru, and the Hopewell, a Native American tribe of Indiana. Their nutrition was varied, due to the climates they inhabited, and the tools and clothing they made were diverse of each other.
Meat of deer, rabbit were also eaten by them after hunting. As men used to go for hunting and women used to farm and craft. They dressed themselves warm, cape like cloths and leggings. The basic clothing for men was breechcloth made of deerskin or fabric and women’s basic clothing were short petticoat. To treat the illness or disease they used to take herbs or natural ointment.
Billie Wind, a thirteen-year-old girl who is from a Seminole tribe, has doubted the beliefs of the Seminole legends. "We are disturbed by your doubts," said Charlie Wind (2). Charlie Wind is a medicine man and the uncle of Billie Wind. For doubting the Seminole legends, Billie Wind has to go to the Everglades to hear the animals talk, see the serpent, and see the little people that live underground. "There is more to the Earth than only the things you can see with your eyes," said Charlie Wind (5). Billie Wind doubts things that she hears and believes what she sees. Since she was a kid, Billie always had a scientific mind. Because of her scientific mind, Billie thinks the Seminole legends are nonsense because she has not seen them before. When
Women were responsible for producing the hides for clothes and shelters. With bone tools, they cleaned the hair from the hides. Men, on the other hand, cleared the land, built and repaired the houses. They constructed large fish baskets to gather the catch.  Using bows and arrows, the men hunted a variety of animals, but mainly deer, elk and bear. Trapping was another way by which the Lenape men caught animals like beavers, otters, muskrats, raccoons, and other animals. Turkeys, eagles and other birds were also shot or caught in traps. Men were good warriors and sometimes had to go to war to defend their homes, but left the management of the house to their wives. The men often listened to the advice of the chief of his village for matters of peace and war.