What native American tribe grew crops?
the Cherokee Tribe
As with most Native Americans they hunted for food and had crops they grew.
There were more than four. It would depend upon the tribe you are referring to. Among the most common would be corn, squash and beans. Some tribes grew tobacco. Others grew pumpkins.
a bunch of different seasons
mainly ALL of them
They harvested squash, watermelon, and corn.
native amaerican grew their own crops , had water and hunted most of either food
Nez Perce tribe grew corn and crops.
Winter- hunted birds and animals Spring- Fished and picked berries Summer- Grew crops (beans,corn,squash) Fall- Harvested crops
they grew corn, squash, beans,
they used there natural resources and grew crops
the Zuni tribe ate corn, the crops they grew and animals they killed
they grew crops and hunted for food as well
Depends on the tribe. Southwestern would have corn as a staple food, but Northwestern would have fish, seal, and whales. The plains tribes usedbuffalo as one of their main foods. It was used for everything. The southeastern tribes grew crops and hunted deer, rabbits,and fished. Northwestern tribes also grew crops and hunted. The region where they lived determined what they grew and hunted.
There were three key foods that the Native Americans grew. They were called the Three Sisters. The crops were corn, squash, and beans.
They grew cash crops.
the pueblo tribe grew cotton to make their clothing!
Well, it all depends on the type of Native American group or tribe. But mostly Native Americans grew corn, beans, and many other plants. They also fished and hunted buffalo and other animals they could find.
The Kiowa were typical Plains nomads and they grew no crops of any kind. They gathered wild plant foods in season.
The Mingo tribe got their food in a variety of ways. They grew crops for food. They fished, and they hunted animals such as buffalo and elk.
They hunted the animals in the forest and grew crops. Young boys had the job of protecting the crops from the animals. When the colonists arrived they upset this system of life. Not only did they introduce insects not native to the area, but they also brought in animals that were not native. The colonial sheep and cows would break out of fenced areas and wonder into the native American fields of crops. If a… Read More
The native American tribe the Hopi grew corn (maize) as one of their primary sources of food but they also hunted rabbits, bison, etc.
The Hopi tribe got their food by growing crops, and be hunting. They grew corn, squash, and beans. They hunted antelope, and deer to eat.
They were a plains tribe so deer, buffalo, small game, and birds were eaten. They also grew a few crops.
The best known is corn or maize but most grew them in fields.
Historically the Lakota or Teton Sioux were nomadic buffalo hunters who grew no crops of any kind.
Native Americans grew many things but the three main crops they grew are all vegetables, and they are corn, beans, and squash. These three vegetables are also known as the three sisters. (Native Americans call corn maize.)
forest, water, grew crops
Those in the Mohawk tribe planted crops, and they were hunters. They ate the corn, beans, and squash that they grew. They also ate deer, elk, fish, and berries.
corn and other crops
They believed that individual ownership only applied to the crops one grew.
Native Americans lived off the land. They fished, hunted, grew their own crops, and made their own clothes and shelter.
the settlers grew corn, tobacco, rice, grains,
They didn't have "jobs" but grew crops, fished, hunted, took care of families and children.
People in early African cultures mostly grew crops that were native to their geographic areas. Later on, as they began to be in contact with other cultures, they chose crops through a process of trial and error. Some products that grew well were maize, sorghum, and wheat.
They grew crops, made tools, and worked hard on making the mission when the site was chosen.
A tribe lives in bonners ferry, Idaho. I grew up there with some of the local native americans.
they grew crops on their land so people could buy crops from them
the way they grew crops
He grew up on the Native American reservations in the American Southwest.
the men hunted animals like deer and bears.the woman fish but also grew crops like corn, beans, and squash:)
They hunted Buffalo and also grew crops. Fishing and hunting other animals was also done, but the Buffalo was the primary food source. That is why when the government wanted to starve Native American plains tribes they killed as many Buffalo as they could.
what three crops grew in greece soil
The true Plains tribes were nomadic buffalo hunters and grew no crops of any kind. Tribes on the margins of the Plains, such as the Mandans, Pawnee and Omahas, both hunted and grew crops because they lived in semi-permanent villages - they are not considered true Plains people. They grew maize, beans, squash and often sunflowers for their nutritious seeds.
the native American tribes grew smaller from this war
They grew corn.
they help feed the colonies and the Indians grew food
They grew most of the crops that are grown today with the exception of: Wheat (which originated in the Middle East) Tomatoes (which originated in South America) Hemp (which is now illegal in the US, and it was not used for smoking)
They began to rely heavily on the crops they grew for food and resources, and later on between 1276 to 1293 when various drougts took place their crops were not able to grow and famines spread.