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Native American History

There were many indigenous people already living on the entire North American continent when the first European explorers arrived. They had long ago divided into several distinct groups, each with its own customs and specific way of life. Questions about these Native peoples and their interaction with the early explorers - and, later, with the Colonists - belong in this category.
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The state that most Native Americans were moved to during theIndian Removal Act was Oklahoma.
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The Missouri Compromise was an agreement passed in 1820 between the pro-slavery and anti-slavery factions in the United States Congress, involving primarily the regulation of slavery in the western territories. It prohibited slavery in the former Louisiana Territory north of the parallel 36°30'...
According to their ancient creation story, the Quileutes werechanged from wolves by a wandering Transformer. By legend, theironly kindred, the Chimakum Tribe, were washed away by flood anddeposited near present-day Port Townsend (where they lived untilChief Seattle's Suquamish Tribe wiped them out...
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When the Spanish settled the Aztec and Incan lands, their plan wasto conquer the land. When conquistadors came in the early 1500s (Hernando Cortez beingthe first, followed by Francisco Pizarro), they made the NativeAmericans allies at first; then slaves. Cortez sided with one tribe of Native...
The Blackfoot tribe lived in northern Plains, particularly Montana,Idaho, and Alberta in Canada. The environment* could be plentifuland great for planting crops, or at times, droughts occurred.Overall, the environment was good.
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Bow and arrows, tomahawks
Wood Poles, with rope wrapped around the top and buffalo skin forthe walls.
Many of the Native Americans who lived in the Great Plains regionof what is now the United States of America were nomadic huntersand foragers. They ate lots of bison, elk, deer and game birds.They dried buffalo meat into jerky and often traded it with othertribes. They foraged for mushrooms, honey...
Hunted and grew food in gardens.
they shared allot of stuff with each other
Sussette LaFlesche was a well-known writer, lecturer, interpreter, and artist of the Omaha tribe in Nebraska. She spoke up for the Omaha Indians.
clay,water,deer, crops, and other hunting stuff
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"First Nations" is a term used in Canada to refer to the remainingnative populations, those called "Native Americans" in the US. Theywere actually also the first people to come and settle here. "firstNations" The term "First Nations" is used because these people are nowtreated as members of ...
Algonquin was a big tribe.
He was a chief and married a girl named Mary Galloway. They hadfour kids together
bufalo and deer
He was at war with the American settlers.
Ghost Dance Central ritual of the messianic religion institutedin the late 19th cent. by a Paiute named Wovoka. The religionprophesied the peaceful end of the westward expansion of whites anda return of the land to the Native Americans. The ritual lastedfive successive days, being danced each night...
Kalpana Chowla. She was, not only the first American-Indian inspace, but the first woman in space as well.
They never use toilet paper. they use water.
Reburial of dead relative from their primary grave to joint graveof community.
The Chippewa indians traded a lot of copper. Wich they made copper arrwoheads out of. They also traded jewerly, fish and canoes made from tree bark. 1 other thing they traded fabric.
Sioux leaders were Red Cloud, Crazy Horse and Sitting Bull
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Around 1877,pomo people have started to come to NorthernCalifornia.
Indians had to give up their land east of the MississippiRiver. . They had to go to what is now Oklahoma. . Many died of starvation, diseases, and exhalation. . Indians sued to stay on their land, and the US Supreme Courtruled in the Indians' favor but Andrew Jackson ignored it and madethem leave...
Well It depends how big and long The house is!!!
They sewed animal skins together with a bone needle. Also used thefurs of animals.
It showed a distinction between the clans and tribes, but was for the purpose of decoration.
Primarily by moving them onto reservations that were totally unlike the places that they had always lived. They also forbade certain traditional activities and speaking their own languages. However, the Indian was never truly "crushed" Many kept their traditions and spirituality whether they lived...
the first pets they had were dogs.
Pomo Indians didn't wear much clothing, and when they did, it wasusually made out of buckskin. Buckskin is a leather made from buck hide, thus the colour theywore was brown.
the hunkapapa tribe
Sitting Bull was a Lakota Sioux chief who resisted the settling of the native land in the mid-west by the United States. He was among the last to surrender and he was killed by the Indian Agency police.
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They paired off a man and a woman, had some sort of ceremony and hey presto they were married.
men wore buckskin shirts and pants in winter only a breechcloth in summer
someone in the olexa family
They make the moccasins by animal skin and fur.
There were 100's of sometimes unrelated languages spoken by "NativeAmericans". You will need to narrow down the question considerably.
spanish soldiers in America?
Jaisalmer is situated on the western end of India in Rajasthan.
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Sacajawea have birth to a son, jean baptiste, on feb. 11, 1805. she was 16. http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gr&GRid=3389
European settlers were becoming crowded and less land was available. Native American's were outside the taxing powers of the States and Federal Government. Added to this was not only the raw land value, but the mineral value of gold discovered on native lands. Andrew Jackson made 'Indian removal'...
I know the kids would gather with an elder and hear myths, stories, folktales, under stars. I read it in a book. The picture was amazing! :)
Although there was no dominant religion in the southern colonies,the main beliefs were those of the Anglican and Baptist faith. Mostof the colonies practiced religious tolerance, however, Virginiawas not tolerant of non-Christian religions, and mandated worshipat the Anglican church..
No. The area where they lived determined what type of housing they used. One reason the tepee was used by the Natives of Central plains is that they followed the herds of buffalo and it could be taken down and carried to another location.
The Chumash Indians ate hundreds kinds of fish,hunted small and large animals,clams,mussels,and plants. I almost forgot about corn,acorns,berries,and deer. These are just notes if you would like more information use google or a mission book or social studies book.I also apologize if this is not...
Tisquantum lived for some time with shipwright John Slany in London, England. .
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The Iroquois longhouse was a building usually 60 - 100 feet long,sometimes much longer, 16-20 feet wide, and 15-16 feet high. It hada frame of saplings (young slender trees) and was covered withsheets of bark on the sides and top. It was occupied by a group offamilies; for every two families there...
The Imperial Spanish government had two primary (and interrelated)objectives towards and against Native Americans. The first wasdepopulation, subjugation and control through religious conversion,infecting them with European diseases, and militarily through thesword and rifle. The second were...
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Either Sitting Bull or Crazy Horse would be an acceptable answer to this question. Sitting Bull was elderly and took no part in the battle, but he acted as a spiritual leader. Crazy Horse acted as military leader.
I would have to answer that in a few ways. If you are referring to herbal medicine, yes, anyone can learn it. In fact, now many books are available on Native American herbal medicine. As for spiritual medicine, it is not that anyone can't learn it. However, mostly, spiritual medicine is something...
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They live in Peru. They are one of the few remaining "uncontacted" groups of people left in the world and their privacy and culture should be respected the rest of the world as the Peruvian government and human rights groups have asked. Contact from the "civilized world" could greatly impact and...
men was to hunt and women was to cook
The Powhatan tribes called their dwellings yeahawkan or yohacan . These were longhouses with flat sides and ends but curved roofs, entirely covered with sheets of bark. Larger versions, used as meeting houses or for chiefs such as Powhatan himself were called machacammac . .
They were exploring for new lands and fishing along the coast.
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The Seneca Nation of Indians is located in Western New York, in Cattaraugus County.
Patricians lived in luxurious villas.
The Crazy Horse Gift Shop is located in the Crazy Horse Welcome Center Building. Crazy Horse Memorial is being carved from a solid granite mountain. The welcome center, museum and gift shop are located in buildings on the property immediately surrounding the carving.
The Old Spanish Trail began at Santa Fe (now New Mexico) and ended at Los Angeles. It was a path for Spanish explorers and traders beginning in the mid- 1500s, and reaching its widest use during the last years of greater Mexico. from about 1830 to 1848. It was still in use even after the majority of...
The Indian Removal Act was signed into law by President Andrew Jackson on May 28, 1830. [1][2] President Andrew Jackson called for an Indian Removal Act in his 1829 speech on the issue. The Removal Act was strongly supported in the South, where states were eager to gain access to lands...