Who was the Catholic lady who founded an order of sisters to care for native Americans and black people of the US?
Saint Katherine Drexel
What kind of relationship do you think existed between the native Americans and the catholic priests?
what kind of relationship did the native americans and the catholic priests have during the texas missions
establish the Catholic church at the expense of Protestantism
John Winthin an other Native Americans and other Americans
Katharine was the daughter of a very wealthy businessman who founded the Sisters of the Blessed Sacrament who ministered to the poor blacks and Native Americans. Read more at the link below.
The Native Americans founded New York while they were traveling threw the pacific
beans, maize and squash
Native Americans planted the three sisters. That is beans, corn, and squash.
Saint Katharine Drexel
Nope Native Americans founded USA before the Frenchs and britishs they made USA so they're not Indians from India
some reasons were because it was a colony. and it was where native americans lived and the white people found the native americans
They built churches and orphanages and they kinda stole the Native Americans children
First of all, it's just Catholic, not Roman Catholic. Roman is an epithet first commonly used in England after the protestant revolt to describe the Catholic Church. It is never used by the official Catholic Church. Catholics are all members of the Church that Our Blessed Lord, Jesus Christ, founded in the first century on the apostle Peter (see Matthew 16:17-19). In the twenty-first century Catholics are found all over the world, although I think… Read More
Native Americans believe that their traditions and ceremonies came to them directly from the Creator.
There were three key foods that the Native Americans grew. They were called the Three Sisters. The crops were corn, squash, and beans.
cor,bean,and squash are food from the native Americans they are called the "three sisters"
The newly founded nation dealt with Native Americans very harshly. Their land was taken, they were killed and forced to move.
The Native Americans were converted to the Catholic Church there and learned to do the work of the mission. The graveyard of the mission has mass graves of Native Americans that have been uncovered by state historians.
The stated reason was to bring Christianity to the Native Americans.
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.)
were Roman Catholic
I think you have us confused with Native Americans. We use incense. Native Americans use sage in purification ceremonies.
Catholicism being common religion in the south west. Reason why many Pueblo and Pima and other native Americans there are mostly Catholic. Also major cities like San Francisco and San Diego were founded by spanish catholic missionaries.
We were basically Catholic
they want to teach catholic faith
They ate the three sisters, or corn, beans, and squash.
Some did. They grew the 3 Sisters - Corn, beans and squash.
The "three sisters" generally cultivated by the Indigenous people of the Americans is Corns, Beans, and Squash (CBS)
they farmed beans,corn, and squash. They called them the three sisters they farmed beans,corn, and squash. They called them the three sisters
because the Catholic curch largely controlled the governments of Europe.
They preferred the Catholic religion; they took ideas from the Native Americans and gave a "Christian spin" on them.
they introduced a new catholic religion
Missionaries brought Catholic beliefs to Native Americans.
the puritans the separatists the catholic the quakers
The Piscataway tribe is indigenous to Southern Maryland.
Dartmouth College in Hanover, New Hampshire was founded in 1763 to train Native Americans as ministers.
What religion did the friars bring to the mission and the native American tribe living at the missions?
The friars were Catholic, and so were the missions they founded. But there were a number of different kinds of Christian denominations that sent missionaries to the "new world." Back then, Christians believed the Native Americans (or Indians) were practicing a false religion and that they needed to be converted to Christianity. Catholic and Protestant missionaries were very active in preaching to the natives and either persuading them or forcing them to become Christians.
It became a Russian Colony ordered to bring Christianity to the Native Americans and a fur trading center.
Oklahoma was found by the native Americans and became the 46 state on November 16, 1907
Native Americans needed a place to live and formed communities and built adobe made homes.
With suspicion, as brothers and sisters who would live with them; until they found out differently, then they killed them.
Catholic Answer Mary MacKillop is the first and only (so far) native Australian to be canonized by the Church. She was born of impoverished Scottish immigrants in Australia, and homeschooled, at 14 she went out to help support her family, of which she was the oldest child. She founded the Sisters of St. Joseph of the Poor, her Sisters were later known as the Josephites. For a more complete background, you may view the… Read More
Utah was founded by Mormon Pioneers. They first arrived in the area in 1847, when it was part of Mexico. At the time they were led by Brigham Young. That being said Native Americans "founded" Utah long before.
Native Americans founded Turtle Island (Our name for America) about 50,000 years ago, the USA (Or US) was the name that European settlers put on their government in 1782 (some say 1776). So the Native Americans were here for about 48,000 years before anyone thought of the USA.
Illinois had been established as a territory for Native Americans well before being founded. The first founders of the modern state were Father Marquette and Louis Joliet.
French Guiana was founded by a native american because they got kicked of their origanal land by the English the native americans decided to call it Guiana then in 1679 the French took over Guiana and decided they would share the land
Native Americans, their animals, their crops and the Franciscan Brothers who founded the mission.
to take the native americans and others to be catholic.........now i need ur help
Who was the Catholic priest who conducted a long campaign to protect Native Americans from mistreatment?
Bartolome de Las Casas
Who was Catholic priest who conducted a long campaign to protect native Americans from mistreatment?
Bartolome de las Casas