In the Mendocino area I know of one major tribe the Pomo. My knowledge of this tribe is limited I do not know much about their culture. The main things which I do know about the Pomo Indians is that they are well known for the basket weaving and would travel from inland villages to the coast. There is a lot of historical information on the Pomo’s in Mendocino although I do not know how accurate most of this information actually is. There are several historical middens on the Mendocino coast which mainly contain sea shells but on occasion you can find arrow heads.
The science says that the Bermuda Triangle has compass variation, that an area where the compass doesn 't point true north and the only other place that has this is the the Devil’s Sea ( The Bermuda Triangle 229). Also science has shown that the disappearances in that area in not abnormal in any way and can mostly be explained ( The Bermuda Triangle 230). All this information can show that the Bermuda Triangle might have nothing unusual about it. And “ the information published about the Bermuda Triangle over the years has been inaccurate and makes many of the disappearances seem more mysterious they really were” (Netzley 2). But people still read Charles Berlitz 1974 The Bermuda Triangle even though its full of lies.
The Beothuk had avoided the British for a very long time and British trappers regarded the Beothuk as thieves and sometimes attacked them. Shanawdithit was shot in the arm one time by a British trapper for washing venison in the river. In 1819, Shanawdithit’s aunt Demasduwit was captured by the British
One of the most famous hoaxes in history is the Surgeon’s Photograph, taken in 1934 (Schach 13).According to Kallen, the photograph was taken by R.Kenneth Wilson when he noticed something in the Loch while driving. After the photograph was taken it was soon published in The London Daily Mail, newspapers, and magazines. The publication of the Surgeon’s photograph tourists began to pour into areas surrounding Loch Ness in order to see if they could see Nessie for themselves (24-25). In The Loch Ness Monster Photo Wallechinsky states in 1993 Christian Spurling, Duke Wetherell’s stepson, claimed the photograph was a hoax. He then stated that he and Wetherell came up with the idea after Wetherell’s false identification of footprints.
In the Ignis tribe in order to become the God of an item in the universe you had to wait until your twentieth birthday week, but only for people who had been descendants of former Gods. On one’s twentieth birthday week one is then faced with four trials he or she must overcome. These trials are known as the trial of the elements. The first trial is the Trial of Fai, this trial tests one’s passion and faith. In this trial one is laid upon a raft as gasoline is traced around his or her figure.
In modern nature, venomous mammals are rare, with only tree orders of the class Mammalia that produce venom; these are Euripotyphla (moles, shrews, hedgehogs), Chiroptera (bats) and Monotremata (our modern Platypus). Their sting is excruciatingly painful, causing rapid swelling to the affected area. Although not lethal to humans, their blow can be fatal to smaller animals such as dogs. Studies on venomous snakes conclude that poison production is due to the result of evolution. According to national geographic, the same genes that appear in the modern Platypus DNA were modified in a separate process to snakes, suggesting that they might not have the same origin of evolution.
The Native Americans of the North West Coast region adapted to their environment with the uses of fish, trees, and animal hides. The Native Americans of the North West Coast used fish as their main food resource. They made their house close to beaches and bays because it was faster to capture the fish. Fish was used more than any other food source Because it’s easier than any other food. They capture fish using nets.
It says “there’s many ways he could have got rabies; at that time period they were many people getting it from bats”. He could have gotten rabies anywhere, maybe even on the way to Baltimore. Also, Dr. Benitez says “Poe refused alcohol in the hospital when they tried to give it to him and could only drink water with difficulty”. If Poe was drunk, he would have taken the drink, and also, rabies victims are afraid of water. Dr. Jerome also says “the writer was so sensitive to alcohol that a glass of wine would make him ill”.
The English, “burned…some forty houses, and…made freeboot and pillage” to prove their superiority, but failed. They were able to negotiate and meet on common grounds which was a diplomatic marriage, to secure an alliance. As a result, both parties acted tranquil as they planted tobacco around the community. This lasted for a brief period, because the English aimed to expand their territory, but the Indians created forces to prevent such expansion. Indians were able to kill about 330 Englishmen in one day.
Due to the negative effects caused from plastic it will always play a role in our environment. One hundred different chemicals have been created after the 1950s to the current day. Something people do not realize is that throwing a plastic wrapper on the ground will end up in a birds stomach, burning plastic in a fire will end up in the air we breathe, and recycling plastic will end up back in our homes. The author states, “I don’t even shop anymore. Anything I need will just float
Their leaders could be made up of men and women, and either gender could own land. Also, a ‘holy man’ could be a man or woman. Men and woman had pretty equal rights. Whenever times were peaceful, the village had a ‘white leader’, and whenever there was war, there was a ’red leader’. Fishing was a big food source for the Cherokee, they would even use walnut bark to poison the water so the fish would be easier to catch.
When she was very young, she got smallpox. This disease left her skin covered in scars- scars that she hated and wished she had never gotten. The disease also made her partially blind, and that is where she got the name Tekakwitha(meaning “she who bumps into things”). It was not only her that got the smallpox disease- her entire family contracted the disease and died from it. With no immediate family left, Kateri was raised by her uncle.