The Native Americans did not celebrate Christmas or Halloween. The early colonists did not celebrate Halloween either, and most did not celebrate Christmas.
They don't., given their not Christians. In the US, many Native Americans are Christians.
They celebrated thanksgiving and christmas With lots of food.
native americans celebrate the deaths of people and when new babies come to the world, and celebrate to the gods and godesses
The state of Hawaii does celebrate Christmas. Native Hawaiians did not celebrate Christmas before Christianity was introduced by missionaries.
They eat turkey.
They eat turkey.
Only "White-Washed" Native Americans celebrate Thanksgiving. Celebrating it would be celebrating the taking of their own land.
The Americans celebrated their first harvest by having the first Thanksgiving with the Native Americans.
Brazilians celebrate Kwanzaa and Christmas because Christmas is a religious holiday and brings joy to the birth of the savior . Where as Kwanzaa is a holiday to celebrate heritage and native roots.
No they were not. The native Americans went to trade and it was the polite thing for the pilgrims to say please stay.
For proper Native americans that live like there ancestors did hundreds of years ago are mostly gone. People with a large amount of Native american ancestry might celebrate it or they might not.
The Pilgrims and the Native Americans
Of course they do. They are Americans,too. And besides, they helped fight off the British Royal Army/Navy as well as the colonist. It depends on what kind of Native Americans. Some arent American at all, there are Native Americans in Canada and Latin America. If they are American citizens they probably would celebrate the 4th. But if they live on reservations, they probably wont celebrate the 4th.
My religion (christianity) celebrate it to thank God for all he does. Most celebrate it for the day that Pilgrims and the Native Americans had a feast to signify their alliance.
To show thanks to the native Americans for helping them survive the winter.
They celebrated for the harvest and celebrated for 3 days nonstop.
The first Native Americans to celebrate thanksgiving with the colonists were the wampanoag tribe.
Probably not. The first Thanksgiving took place in America, and it was a feast to celebrate the friendship between the Pilgrims and the Native Americans.
native americans were americans that were native
they helped them gathe food and cook it