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1 Eastern Woodlands the part of North America from the Atlantic Ocean to the Mississippi River. This includes the Lakes region and south to the Gulf of Mexico. o Algonquian o Cherokee o Shawnee o Seminole o Iroquois o Fertile o Rivers & o Forests o Nuts o Berries o Squash o Beans o Corn o Hunter-gatherers : made with sticks, birch bark, and grass. : made of logs o Their clothes were made from. Made of birch bark and tree gum. Iroquois League of the Nations tribes came together for peace. They spoke the same language, believed in the same gods, and had similar customs. Government Continued The Great Council o Main purpose was to keep the Great Law of (Iroquois shouldn t kill each other). o They made decisions and laws for all of them. What were their beliefs and rituals? medicine man that they believed could cure all. o Wore to scare away evil spirits. o Ceremonies were held when someone in the tribe died and lasted five days. Wampum Bead o Sacred used for ceremonies and for currency ( ) when trading. Wampum o A belt made up of wampum beads.

2 Great Plains Native Americans lived on the of central North America. This includes the area from north of what is today the Canadian border to presentday southern Texas. o Sioux o Cheyenne o Blackfoot o Comanche o Crow o Flat, land o Few o Squash o Pumpkin o Buffalo o o Hunter-gatherers o poles and buffalo hide Their clothes were made from or antelope and looked like long or shirts. o Horses o Travois Council o Each tribe selected a chief to rule. Parfleche What were their beliefs and rituals? o Celebrations or prayers to the. Great Spirit o They believed it had power over. Dance o Ceremony during summer months. o Lasted four days. o Used for food, clothing, blankets, pots, tools, and utensils. o Spanish explorers brought horses to American and it made the life much easier for the Native Americans.

3 Southwest the region that included what is today, New Mexico, and parts of Colorado and. Navajo Pueblo Apache o Hot and (dry) o Few or Rivers o Suffered from (desert) o Corn ( ) o Beans o Farmers Adobe Houses o Modular, multi-story houses made of. o Adobe - and straw baked into hard bricks. o Very! o Their clothes were made from. o They were farmers, so they migrate. o Had their own government. o The within the villages would choose a leader to represent them on the. Dances - Ceremony to worship ancestors and to help bring. Secret underground rooms used for special meetings and ceremonies. o Kachina Used to help teach their religion to the children. - Weaved clothing. o Women - Owned property and made baskets and pottery. - Hills with flat tops where villages were built to keep away enemies.

4 Great Basin the region of the Northwest coast. This includes present-day Nevada,, and Utah. o Ute o Shoshone o Washo o Mountains o Dry o Seeds o o Berries o Plants o Hunter-gatherers Food was scarce and there weren t many animals. They ate any food they could find. o usually made of wood, dirt and sand o Rabbit-skin were common in. aprons & breechcloths were common in. What were their beliefs & rituals? o They believed that everything on earth had spirits (including plants, animals, rocks, and water). o They held dances, festivals, and other ceremonies to worship their gods. They believed the celebrations would bring them good luck in the future. o Ute Native Americans enjoyed grasshoppers and other bugs. o They thought it was disgusting to see the Spanish eat! They didn t have a tribal council or other type of government, because they were always moving around. o They traveled in small groups that might have been the size of a typical family.

5 Pacific Northwest the region that included what is today southern to northern California. Tlingit Nez Perce Salish o Oceans, Rivers, and. o Many. o Nuts o Berries o Salmon o Clams _- Homes or Lodges Made of wood. o Their clothes were made of softened. Canoe made from cedar wood. o - they had an abundance of food and safe, sturdy shelter. What were their beliefs & rituals? Pole Told a story about their ancestors and displayed wealth. Shaman Medicine man they believed could anything. Potlatch to show wealth, lasted days. o They were split into, or groups. o Each clan had its own, like an eagle or a raven. o Men could not marry women from their own clan. o The ruled the tribe. Canoes Their canoes were very. They were carved from.

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