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Stallard Indians

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These are types of people who do not settle in one place Nomadic
The discovery of these changed the way Plains Indians lived horses
Plains Indians were considered what for many years, prior to having horses Nomadic
These indians called horses magic dogs or mystery dogs because they looked odd The Plains Indians
Explain how horses changed the Plains Indians lives Buffalo hunting became much easier; they could travel faster and farther in search of buffalo; kill buffalo with less effort; Horses could carry more meat than dogs; they were able to bring more meat back to their village
Horses became the prized possessions of these Indians The Plains Indians (the more they had the wealthier they were considered)
When did the Plains Indians begin using horses? between 1650 & 1750
Another name for American bison Buffalo
Where did the Plains Indians live? Across the Great Plains and the Interior Plains
What part of the buffalo did the Plains Indians use? Everything, Meat and fat for food ;Clothing, blankets, moccasinjs,shelters from the skins;Water bags from the stomach; Hair twisted into cord; Needles and tools from bones and horns, "Charcoal" from buffalo droppings (chips
Who were some of the Plains Indian tribes? Mandan, Pawnee,Crow,Cheyenne,Comanche
Shelter for the Plains Indians? Lodge covered with sod and grass and Tepee used by nomadic Indians
Food source for the Plains Indians meat, Corn, beans, squash, SUNFLOWERS
A Shelter made from logs lined in a circular fashion tied together at the top Tepee
Plains Indians used a kind of carrier-sled made from tepee poles dragged by dogs (before Indians had horses)what was it called Travois
Eastern Woodlands land area forested land east of the Mississippi River to the Atlantic Ocean
Food source Indians of the Eastern Woodlands? Animals, corn, beans, squash, NUTS AND BERRIES
Shelter for the Eastern Woodland Tribes Palisade
NORTHEAST Indian language + Algonquian AND Iroquois
A Round shelter covered with Tree bark - built on or near rivers Wigwam
A long wooden building where several families lived Longhouse
A GROUP of tribes working together for PROTECTION AND GOVERNMENT Confederation
Special meetings were tribes made for itself Council
These indians lived in what is now southeastern Mexico The Olmec civilization
large groups (developing cities, government, religion) Civilization
What tribe was not considered Nomads Olmec
What tribe shared ideas with other cultures like the Maya tribe Olmecs
These tribes were divided into separate social classes The Olmecs and Maya
The bottom of the Mayan Society (social class) slaves
people forced to work against their will slaves
Native American tribe in southEASTERN US Mound Builders
early civilization tribe in southWESTERN US Anasazi
Native American tribe that came after the Olmecs in Mexico Maya
Large group of ancient indians in Mexico Olmecs
Most important Ancient Indian crops Corn and maize
people who shared ideas and beliefs, grouped together forming villages Tribe
being treated according to what you do to earn a living Social Classes
Ancient Indians had 5 levels of social class Priest; Important wealthy families; Traders and craftspeople; farmers; slaves and criminals
they built earthen mounds as places of burial or worship Mound Builders
the 4 early Ancient Civilizations (5,000 yrs ago) Olmecs; Maya; Mound Builders; Anasazi
Spanish word for "village." pueblos
Native Americans of the desert SouthWEST Pueblo Peoples
Pueblo tribes Hopi; Zuni; Navajo
Pueblo staple food corn, squash, beans
Puebloes stored food because of drought(no rain) in the desert Food surplus
kachinas spirits that the Pueblo people believed afffected their lives in every way
special way of performing ceremony
a special kind of home of the Navajo Hogan
Navajo homes were covered with sod and mud
navajo called spiritual leaders and healers medicine Men
Created by: hamiltonj
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