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Native Americans INDIANS Ulkar Aliyeva
The first evidence showing indigenous people to inhabit North America indicates that they migrated there from Siberia over 11,000 years ago. More than likely, they crossed the Bering Land Bridge, which was in existence during the Ice Age. After that time period, several large waves of migration took place, including many groups of people from Asia and South America. History
Generally, the Native Americans lived in peace and prosper until around the 15th century when Europeans first arrived on the shores of North America. At that time, horses were brought over, which began to spread disease among the natives. Since they had no immunity to these strange diseases, thousands began to die from things such as measles and chicken pox. In addition, the Europeans began to take over the land and set up farms and homes there.
While at one point in time, Native Americans were a very populous group of people, today they only account for 1.4 percent of the United States population. Most of those who claim to be Native American live on designated Indian reservations. The symbol of Native Americans is used in many national sports teams as a mascot. In 2004, a museum was opened in Washington, D.C. paying tribute to their heritage. The museum is called the National Museum of the American Indian. The museum contains over 800,000 objects and artifacts and over 125,000 images representing the life and culture of Native Americans. Modern life
Native American clothing prior to the arrival of Europeans was different depending on the tribe and the climate where the tribe lived. However, there were some general similarities. Indians Life - culture
All of their clothes were made by hand. The women would generally make the clothes. First they would tan the animal skin. Tanning is a process that would turn the animal skin into leather which would last a long time and not decompose. Then they would need to cut and sew the leather into a piece of clothing. How did they make the clothes?
The primary material used by Native Americans in their clothing was made from animal hides. Generally they used the hides of the animals they hunted for food. What materials did they use?
Often times clothing would be decorated. The Native Americans would use feathers, animal fur such as ermine or rabbit, porcupine quills, and, after the Europeans arrived, glass beads to decorate their clothes. Decorations
It is made of buffalo hide fastened around very long wooden poles, designed in a cone shape. Tepees were warm in the winter and cool in the summer. Some were quite large. They could hold 30 or 40 people comfortably. A tepee (tipi, teepee) is a Plains Indian home
also called Indian literature or American Indian literature, the traditional oral and written literatures of the indigenous peoples of the Americas. These include ancient hieroglyphic and pictographic writings of Middle America as well as an extensive set of folktales, myths, and oral histories that were transmitted for centuries by storytellers and that live on in the language works of many contemporary American Indian writers Native American literature
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This presentation is about American people - especially who were called "indians" by mistake. You can get brief information about native americans. whe were they? how did they live? what was their busy field? How did they manage their life? You can fine some pictures anout them and their life. the wild life and the people living in it - attracted others and the most important thing was free and very productive lands. so their culture and their language was different form others. The people from other countries came here and they began living here and they used local people and their lands. Just have a look and enjoy :)
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