Chapter 5 — Colonial America in the 18th Century, Enumerate the population growth of the colonies in the 18th century and discuss its significance.
Each group or nation spoke the same language, and almost all were organized around an extended clan or family. They usually descended from one individual. Each group had a series of leaders, in some cased the leaders inherited their rolls in others they were elected. The Native Americans traded extensivelyamong the different tribes.
This allowed different Before 1492 to specialize in different products Before 1492 trade with tribes that were located far away.
Native Americans believed in the power of the spirits.
The spirits were found in nature. Their religious leaders were called Shamans. Native Americans believed that people should live in harmony with nature.
They did not believe that people should own land rather the land belonged to everyone. There were a number of distinct groups of Native Americans: The land was full of animals; the sea was full of fish.
Most of the villages were located near the Ocean. Wood was plentiful, and the natives of the areas used the woods to build large homes. One of the unique innovations of the Indians of the Northwest was large canoes that could hold 50 people.
They were carved out of giant redwoods. More on Northwest Native Americans. California California's natives were blessed with mild weather. Over Native American groups lived there. Those that lived by the sea were able to live off fishing and native plant life.
Those that lived inland like the Pomo hunted small game. They also gathered acorns and pound them into mush to eat. The area had many large Rivers and was the main source of food and travel.
The area was cold in the winter and to protect them the Natives build homes that were partly underground, Approximately 20 groups lived in this area.
It was a land that was hot and dry.
The Pueblos were the best known of the natives of the area. They were skilled farmers and grew many crops. The Pueblos used irrigations canals to bring water for their farming. The Apache and Navajo entered the southwest around and were hunter-gatherers.
The areas had large herds of Buffalo and antelope, which provided abundant food. Some groups were constantly on the move while others built permanent homes. The two main cultures of the Northeast were the Iroquois and Algonquin. For many years the Native Americans of the northeast were at war with each other.
More on the Native Americans of the Northeast. The Southeast was the most populated of all the regions of North America. Many of the natives of the southeast hunted buffalo deer and other animals.
The majority of the Native Americans of the Southeast were farmers.
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CHAPTER 1 The Americas, Europe, and Africa Before Figure In Europe supported by Africa and America (), artist William Blake, who was an abolitionist, depicts the interdependence of the three continents in the Atlantic World; however, he places gold armbands on the Indian.
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Chapter 1 – Ancient America: Before 1. Locate the origin of the Paleo-Indians, the first human “pioneers” of North America. 2. Explain how environmental change and the extinction of large game (i.e., mammoths) contributed to the development of greater diversity among Native American cultures.