Native American Project by Colin Milliken and Jelin Zhong

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1. NorthEast and SouthEast

1.1. Major Tribes

1.1.1. Inoquois

1.1.2. Cayuga

1.1.3. Mohawk

1.1.4. Oneida

1.1.5. Onondaga

1.1.6. Seneca

1.2. Resources used

1.2.1. Teepees

1.2.2. Longhouses

1.3. "Three Sisters" Corn, Beans and Squash - Grew together.

1.4. Present day Boundaries

1.4.1. From present day California up to Maine.

1.5. Methods of survival/subsitence

1.5.1. Northeastern Americans were in sources for food and shelter. Animals, plant foods, fish, and wood for housing were plentiful in the regions woodlands and river valleys.

1.6. Cultural practices/customs

1.6.1. Performed Dances (Medicine dance, Rain Dance, Etc.)

2. North and NorthWest

2.1. Major Tribes

2.1.1. Inuit

2.1.2. Aleut

2.1.3. Chinook

2.1.4. Kwakiutl

2.2. Resources used

2.2.1. Ice

2.2.2. Fish

2.2.3. Large Mammals

2.2.4. Dogs

2.2.5. Trees used for fires and housing

2.3. Present day Boundaries

2.3.1. Alaska down the coast to Washington

2.4. Methods of survival/subsitence

2.4.1. Followed seasonal migration of the deer. A lot of villages were established from fishing and hunting.  Log homes were built for shelter.

2.5. Cultural practices/ customs

2.5.1. Carved totems of ancestral spirits.  They hosted potlucks in where the hosts would give away the majority of their belongings as gifts.

3. West and SouthWest

3.1. Major Tribes

3.1.1. Hupa

3.1.2. Miwok

3.1.3. Yokuts

3.1.4. Paiute

3.1.5. Shoshone

3.1.6. Ute

3.1.7. Hopi

3.1.8. Zuni

3.1.9. Anasazi

3.1.10. Apache

3.1.11. Navajo

3.2. Resources used

3.2.1. seeds

3.2.2. roots

3.2.3. small animals

3.2.4. fish

3.2.5. deer

3.2.6. acorns

3.3. Present day Boundaries

3.3.1. California, Arizona, New Mexico, parts of Colorado, and parts of Texas.

3.4. Methods of survival/subsitence

3.4.1. Irrigated soil to make the soil better for growing plants

3.5. Cultural practices/ customs

3.5.1. Performed rituals for hope that rain would fall.

4. Great Plains

4.1. Major Tribes

4.1.1. Sioux

4.1.2. Blackfoot

4.1.3. Cheyenne

4.1.4. Comanche

4.2. Resources used

4.2.1. Shields

4.2.2. teepees

4.2.3. clothing

4.3. Present day Boundaries

4.3.1. Canada to Texas

4.4. Methods of survival/subsitence

4.4.1. Nomadic hunting

4.5. Cultural practices/ customs

4.5.1. Gradually over time tribes would communicate using sign language.

5. Citations

5.1. "Daily Life of Plains Native Americans." Daily Life of Plains Native Americans. N.p., n.d. Web. 18 Sept. 2016.

5.2. "Native Languages of the Americas: List of Native American Indian Tribes and Languages." American Indian Tribal List: Native American Tribes and Languages. N.p., n.d. Web. 19 Sept. 2016.

5.3. McDougal, Holt. United States History: Beginnings to 1877. Holt McDougal.: n.p., n.d. Print.

5.4. pixabay.com

5.5. www.spiritalk.net

5.6. ww.tipi.com

5.7. wildbirdsunlimited.typepad.com

5.8. www.robertsonroots.com

5.9. animalinstances.com

5.10. acorn.en.softonic.com

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