The men usually hunted for food and fought when it is necessary to do so. They cut down trees for planting and used the wood to build homes and canoes. They made tools and worked outside for the most part. Cherokee women worked at home and controlled what happened in the household. The women in this particular tribe owned the men and had the majority power over their families.
They are hunters, gathers, trappers, and traders.they wore little clothes except in the winter in the winter she wore animal skins or buckskins. they live in longhouses, wigwams, and wets’. they used canoes, traps, birch bark, and baskets as tools. Pocahantas tribe also had some famous Native Americans like her, her dad Powhatan, Tecumseh, black hawk, and Squanto. they had a lot powwows and we had many festivals.
There is only stone tools that we the people us to survive, stone spears to hunt, also you have to make you own bow and arrows to survive in the hunting grounds. Only the men are allowed to go hunting, the woman’s stay home, cook, clean and take care of the kids. The kids between 10 and 18 have to collect wild barriers from the forest. One of the major regions is the mountains; we use it to collect fresh water for the tribe. Another major region is the ocean, which we hunt down big fish.
They would do anything a typical child would do today. They would play outside and also help with chores around the tribe. Both boys and girls would also go to school and play sports. The girls would accompany the women in helping with household chores such as cooking, sewing, and cleaning. The boys would go hunting with the men and also learn how to farm the land to be able to provide for the tribe in the future.
GGrowing up on the Navajo Nation is an experience, compared to residing in a city. I grew up in Tuba City, an hour north of Flagstaff, AZ. Tuba City, a town with a population a little over 8,500, several restaurants, one grocery store, two high schools, and two stoplights. On the other hand, the town is growing.
1. The significant traditional values commonly shared by Native Americans that would be in conflict with dominant-culture perspectives and practices involve federal laws, policies and institutions. The dominant culture in the United States has deliberately tried to destroy and eliminate Native American culture. The government forced Native Americans to leave their homes, which denied them their ways of living in harmony and nature with the environment. Native Americans have strong values towards not allowing the weight of civilization and the new technology to take over, which is in conflict with the dominant-culture perspective who focus on new technology.
The animals would kill other animals, such as deer. Deer were an animal that settlers ate and needed. The animals that lived in the area were “Beasts of Prey” they consisted of, “Panthers, Tygers, and Wolves.” These animals were threats to the resources, which made them threats to the new settlers.
The first people in Florida had a huge impact on its history; these people are the Indians, they were here before Ponce de Leon “discovered” Florida. The Seminole Indians of Florida are a proud group of people; they even consider themselves the “Unconquered People.” The Seminole Indians started out as creek Indians from Georgia who migrated to Florida in the 1700s in search of good land to plant their crops. The Native Americans in Florida introduced corn, beans and squash to the area in which they grew in fertile red clay soils. This successful growth of food contributes to them becoming more of a settled people rather than having a nomadic lifestyle. They learned to build temple mounds, central plazas, homes and other public building with
When comparing the Southwest indians to the Eastern Woodlands indians I found there were some differences, in their homes, the indians in the Southwest had hut like homes made of stone or adobe while indians in the Eastern Woodlands had lodge like homes made from wood. Farming and hunting seemed to be big for the Eastern Woodlands, but most of the Southwest people were just gatherers and hunters when they could be, although there were some successful farmers. Both areas had hostile groups of people, but the two groups in the Southwest later became more settled and peaceful.
The Chinook Indians were a tribe of Native Americans who lived in the Pacific Northwest. They lived along the coast of what is now Oregon and Washington State. The men used bow and arrows for hunting elk, deer and sea mammals. The women gathered other food such as shellfish, clams, roots and berries. The Chinook were very skilled traders.
Before the Spanish ship that changed it all, which arrived in the “New World” in 1492, thriving organized communities of native people had centuries of history on the land. That ship, skippered by Christopher Columbus, altered the course of both Native American and European history. 1492 sparked the fire of cultural diffusion in the New World which profoundly impacted the Native American peoples and the European settlers.
European colonialism in Africa was a violent process of exploitation and dominance in the political, social, and cultural sphere of native society. Pop culture music and dance are dynamic social products that provide insight into the shifting sociocultural formations of a society. Through this analysis of pop culture I will discuss the classist social hierarchies established by colonialism and defined power by proximity to whiteness. I will explore native actors’ response to colonial social hierarchies in their alliances or resistance to colonialism and their influence on music and dance styles. Finally, we will evaluate ways in which music and dance are forms of resistance that challenge the status quo in colonial societies. Africa became an arena of oppressive white supremacist