/ Tlingit Tribe / Pronounced- TLING - GIT Culture- Men hunted and women cooked and farmed Foods- Abundance of fish, they also lived by gathering berries and hunting Animals of importance- Fish Levels of society- chief, always men Language- English, only elders know their native language Clothing- Cloth robes Landscape-
The Lewis and Clark Expedition Encounters By: Kayla Meredith Chapter Two Introduction A chapter about Native American Encounters Lewis and Clark had all throughout their journey, both good and bad. The Nez Perce Lewis, Clark and the corps of discovery came across the Nez Perce when they were on the Clearwater river, at the time the crew was famished, or starving and tired, The Nez Perce fed them.
Have you ever thought how you use trees? Do you use them for paper, or wood for houses, or anything else? In this paper i’m going to tell you how Early Loggers and Coastal Indians in the United States used trees back in the 1700-1800’s. Coastal Indians used trees for a variety of things, such as: housing, clothing, and transportation. Coastal Indians would carve out the middle of a large tree to make a canoe or boat, and then would go fish or hunt whales.
Native Americans where formally living in the cabins and they took deer or killed an enemy that spoke another language not right and they had hunters and warriors. And the Europeans had more of the dramatic and more sensitive thing going on in the story and helped save a little boy out of the woods and it had more violent settings
Along with this, most large seafood industries manage their own farming organization with aim to produce fresh, frozen, smoked or even canned before selling to local or international markets. (Boziaris, 2014) In the U.S., the packed for fish or shellfish products that have been canned differ each year between 500 million to a billion pound with tuna, salmon and clam as the major products. (Sea Grant,
River otters have beautiful coats and thus they have been hunted by many people. They mainly eat fish, but they eat many other easily accessible things, like shellfish, crustaceans, mollusks, oysters, birds, rodents, and frogs. Their population is hard to tally, but has been estimated to be over 100,000 based on harvest reports. River otters may be found in all states and territories of the U.S. and Canada. They will only settle into an area amidst concealing structures, generally consisting of foliage or rock piles.
The Ojibway descent is formed into 5 different original clans. Each clan is has at least 21 sub clans like; Wawaazisii meaning the bullhead clan, Moozwaanowed meaning the little moose tail clan, and the Nooke meaning the bear clan. Ojibway people are known for being fisherman, hunters, farmers and harvested things like sugar and rice. They learned how to make medicine from wild
“The Powhatan native americans lived in towns located on elevated ground near rivers, which were sources of food and transportation by conu. The Powhatan also used the rivers to bathe every morning as you can see rivers where essential to survival. Sometimes the towns were palisaded, which most of the time meant they were closer to enemy territory. The towns contained of from two to a hundred houses with six to twenty people living in each home
Salmon are fish swim upstream to spawn: they are born in fresh water, migrate to the ocean, then return to fresh water to reproduce. “The salmon run” is the time when salmon have migrated from the ocean, swim to the upper reaches of rivers where they spawn on gravel beds. Salmon can make amazing journeys, sometimes they can move hundreds of miles upstream against strong currents. Most salmon species migrate during the fall (September through November). Salmon spend their early life in rivers, and then they swim out to sea where they live their adult lives.
December 6,1830 President Andrew Jackson outlined his indian removal policy in his second annual message to the congress. Additional copies of Andrew Jackson’s second annual message to congress can be found in the “House Journal” and the “ Senate Journal”. October 3,1790 John Ross, Chief of the Cherokee Nation from 1839 to 1866, was born on October 3,1790.February 22,1830 Senator Hugh White,
N.J. Division of Fish & Wildlife The fish at Swartswood Lake are stocked by the Hackettstown Fish Hatchery. In the spring of 2007 Hackettstown Fish Hatchery set up nets at Neldon Brook which leads into Swartswood Lake. “The Hackettstown crew began their walleye broodstock collection season on April 2nd when they set one Pennsylvania and two South Dakota-style trap nets in Swartswood Lake near the mouth of Neldon Brook” (Lemon). Walleye fishing is very popular in New Jersey and are introduced in an environment to increase fish diversity.
The push towards the western frontier led to various forms of environmental and people push. These and the skirmishes with Indian Modified Turner thesis. Young Jedidiah Smith, a Methodist clerk from Ohio led a fur-trading up the Missouri river to Yellowstone and beyond. This steady move led them away from European influence to an American experience of their own political, economic and social independence of American history. Fur traders were followed by railroad mining and timber companies, gold rush and various other enterprises who had control over them.
What were the roles of genders in the Great Plains Tribes. The women in the tribes were to cook, make clothing, and tend to the newborns. The elders of the tribe would meet together and name the child. They often times were also put in charge of gathering water and firewood to the campsite. Women were also given the task to set up and take down the teepee.