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Many people are confused about the meanings of the words "Algonquin" and "Algonquian". The Algonquin tribe, also called Algonkin, Anishinaabe or Omàmiwininiwak, live today …where they have always lived - along the Ottawa river valley between Quebec and Ontario in Canada. Many other tribes in the USA and Canada speak languages which are classed as Algonquian (meaning "like Algonquin"). They lived across most of North America; the Blackfoot, Arapaho and Cheyenne of the Great Plains all spoke Algonquian languages, so did the Powhatan, Secotan and Pamunkey of Virginia, the Delawares, the Shawnees, the Ojibwe/Chippewa, the Cree, The Montagnais, Abenaki, Penobscot and Mi'kmaq, the Menomini, Sauk and Fox and very many other tribes. So it is not possible to say that the Algonquian people lived in any one place - they were many tribes living across many thousands of square miles of territory.
Me, yes I admit it - I speak English. Well, Ok, I try to speak it. Since Native American's were exposed to the language many have spoken it. 72 percent for A+
The way the native American knew how to live was, through their plant crop growing and how they had water and a lot of other stuff. they hunted a lot too
Who spoke out in the Omaha herald about the injustices against native Americans living in the great plains?
Susette La Flesche
mohawk and seneca
bule ridge mountians
Mohawk, Seneca, Oneida, Onondaga, Cayuga and Tuscarora
The Eastern Woodlands; Apex.
A Native American Tribe in the Eastern Woodlands spoke Algonquian.
Yes, they spoke hundreds of different languages (and they still do today, although most also speak English).
Choctaw, Chickasaw, Seminole and Creek.
The Eastern Woodlands