There is no such thing as a Native American language. Each tribe and sometimes each clan had its own language. You would have to be more specific as to tribe.
That would vary depending on the language of the specific Native American tribe. It is estimated that there may be as many as 10000 different Native American languages.
You can find pictures of Yuki tribe shelters at the library. There are many books about Native Americans. You would also be able to find pictures of Native American shelters at Native American museums.
It would depend on the tribe as there are several different languages that the Native Americans had/have.
The Inuit were a Native American tribe in the areas of Alaska, Canada, Siberia, and Greenland. They were primarily hunters and would sometimes gather in large groups to hunt whales.
Plains tribes lived in Tipis. Utes would be a southern plains tribe from New Mexico.
There are actually over a thousand different native American languages, you would have to be more specific on which native American language you want to learn. An example of one is Mohawk, a tribe in the Iroquois nation. The word for wolf in Mohawk is "okwaho."
They would flatten their babies' heads before they could walk They were one of the largest Native American Tribe in North America Hope this helped(:
well the child[ren] would be half native American. but if the parents were different tribes of native american, the child would still be half native American but could be defined as 1/4 fathers tribe and 1/4 mothers tribe.man= 1/2 other ethnicity + 1/2 Native AmericanWoman= 1/2 other ethnicity + 1/2 Native Americanchild takes half of each genetic informationchild = 1/4 man's other ethnicity + 1/4 woman's other ethnicity= 1/4 man's Native American + 1/4 woman's Native American1/4 + 1/4 = 1/2child = 1/2 other ethnicity & 1/2 Native American
i would never be able to tell u bout it in a life time
You would have to be more specific. There are hundreds of tribes who wer matrilineal.
You would need to specify a specific tribe. They don't all speak the same language.
tribes would raid their neighbors and take other native Americans as slaves.this was common among all tribes.also native American women know as squaws were traded among the male members of a tribe.
First: There was nothing following. Second: Listing all 4,000+ tribes here would be kind of silly.
They were very Close to the Algonquian tribe. Algonquains fed colonists and without them, The New Hampshire Colony would have probably not been successful.
There are MANY Native American languages. Each tribe has its own language. So there is no one translation for any name or word. You would have to ask what the name is in a particular Native American language, like for instance, Cherokee, or Apache, or Cree, or Dakota, or Mohawk, or Navajo, and on and on.
There was no typical meal for an American Indian. It would depend upon the tribe, its location and time of the year.
The Calusa Native American tribe mainly ate fish, oysters or any other seafood's. Calusa hunters would hunt birds at a very small game,.
I would start with what is her tribe and who is her family. Do not use the word princess.
help from a neighboring Native American tribe.
Well, because Native Americans were so varied, this question would need a very lengthy answer. There were so many different kinds of tribes, the answer would depend on the tribe you were wondering about.
There is no such language as "Native American". You would need to specify which of the 450+ native american languages you are referring to.
??? I'm not too sure what you meant to ask here.... if you were asking: where did you, as a native American, live? my answer would be.... I am native American and I was born and raised in northern California on the same land my ancestors lived on. BUT if you meant: where in America did native Americans live? then my answer would be....... native Americans were EVERYWHERE... depends on which (specific) tribe you meant. we're over 500 nations/tribes strong, so you kind of need to be more specific if that's what you meant.
There are many separate Native American tribes, each with its own form of government. So you would need to ask about the government of a specific tribe of the Native Americans, not just "Native Indian government." If you meant India, the country, then you need to say that, and not "Native Indian."
The suit would need to be filed in the federal court that has jurisdiction in the area where the reservation is located. If the suit is against individuals who are of Native American heiritage and do not reside on a reservation the suit would be filed in the appropriate state court in the county where the defendant(s) live.