lived in eastern USA and Canada
they tended to live near water
they created the dream catcher: catches bad spirits in your dreams
played a game similar to Lacrosse
they clustered their houses around a central square
they got their food by hunting, fishing, and gathering fruits, berries , and nuts
they made traps for small animals
they made nets and traps for fish
during hard times , when there was almost no food they'd chew their clothes or boil their mocassins in soupTHIS IS IMPORTANT: wampum was important to their culture.wampum belts and necklaces were made from wampum beads, which are actually white and purple shells. it was used as money between white men and Indians.they were also used as a form of communication between Indian tribes.wampum belts were made in pictures to show why it was made. one always wore a wampum belt while visiting another tribe.
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Some facts about the Karankawa Indians are that they lived along the Texas Gulf coast. These Native American men and women pierced and tattooed their bodies. By 1858, they were an extinct people due to diseases and settlers coming in to these territories.
He was a signer of all four important papers, The Articles of the Confederation, the Declaration of Independence, the Constitution,Continental Association.
She had 5 siblings.She lived with Indians from when she was twelve to when she died. She was named corn tassel at the Seneca tribe because of her blond. She learned the indian language just from listening to the indians. She was also named little woman of great courage
One thing I never knew was Blackfoot Indians were the only Indians to use sled dogs as a form of transportation. Also they are the creaters of the popular pemmican snack!One thing that i never Knew was That the Blackfoot Used Everything on The buffalo.
the woodland indians are known for their good "wood-sucking"
The Eastern Woodlands was a cultural area of the indigenous peoples of North America. They extended from the Atlantic to the Mississippi, from the Great Lakes to the Gulf of Mexico (now the eastern US and Canada).Eastern Woodlands are cultural with many beliefs tied to their ancestors. They hunt and farm to gain food sources. They never waste resources that can be used once again unlike us humans!
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HOMES WERE MADE OF ADOBE AND STONE, the spanish converted them to christianity, were divided into eastern and western pueblo, and spoke many different lanuages.
A Few Quick Facts Inflation - 1944 was released on: USA: 1944
A Few Quick Facts Fear - 1945 was released on: USA: April 1945
You have to go to your Suite and Edit Presentation, then above the box you write in there should be your Quick Facts. Hope I helped! -FrazzleDazzle
when were the Sioux Indians found out about
they lived in tepee
One fact about the Indians is that they use a special spoon from cater.