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SC Indian Nations

SC eastern woodlands pt 1

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What was the three most important tribes in SC and where were they located Cherokee= Mountains Catawba= Piedmont Yemasee= Coast
what kind of land ownership did the nations have None they worked the land together
What did the men and won=men do on a daily basis The women cooked cleaned and built the homes while the men hunted for the food
Why were the Eastern woodlands named they were forest dwellers
what were the three man crops Corn beans and squash
what were the three sisters the three main crops
What did they plant in separate plots Tobacco
Why did they plant tobacco in a differnt plot tobacco was sacred
Created by: accad