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Topic: I want to learn more about HOW THE NATIVE AMERICANS HUNTED


Questions that will help me learn about my topic:

1. WHAT WEAPONS DID THEY USE?
2. WHAT DID THEY GROW?
3. WHAT DID ANIMALS DID THEY HUNT?
3. WHAT DID ANIMALS DID THEY HUNT?
4. HOW DID THEY EAT THERE FOOD?
5. WHAT FISH DID THEY HUNT?
6. HOW DID THEY HUNT?
7. WHERE DID THEY HUNT?
8. WHERE DID THEY PLANT THERE CROPS?
9. WHO PLANTED THE CROPS?
10. WHAT AGE DID YOU GET TO HUNT AT?





Notes:


    1. Native agriculture (also called farming) was most advanced in what is now the southern United States, Mexico, and the Andean region of South America.

  • Native Americans from those areas used special farming resource like irrigation, terracing, crop rotation, and planting windbreaks to improve their farms, and they usually harvested crops to dry and store for the winter.

  1. Native American tribes who were good farmers included the hopi, navajo, and cherokee tribes.
  2. Other tribes Native Americans closer to the north planted crops in garden in their villages but did not harvest enough to last the winter, so they would split up into hunting camps during that time instead.
  3. Northern tribes who farmed this way included the Lenape and Iroquois tribes.
  4. Besides food crops, Native American farmers often grew cotton, hemp, tobacco, and medicinal plants.
  5. The ojibwa gathered Nuts, and berries
  6. Farming was important to Potawatomi
  7. Potawatomi farmed peas, squash, beans, melons and corn
  • Huron women planted sun flowers
  • collecting is a general term for collecting food that grows wild in the environment

  1. the first indians did not settle down and live in one area
  2. they moved from place to place to hunt large animals
  3. the first Indians spearheads where found in michigan
  4. the huge beasts died and smaller ones replaced them like fish
  • The Blackfoot and Sioux are two examples of big game hunting tribes

  1. the indians learned to use boats
  2. they started to fish
  3. they boiled sap and turned it into maple sugar
  • ojibwa harvest wild rice witch grew in shallow waters in lakes, rivers and streams
  • they exchanged foods

  1. when the men where not trading they where fishing
  • Most tribes used two or three of these food-gathering
  • There were four basic ways for people in ancient societies to find food: hunting and fishing, gathering, farming, and raising animals









Resources

  1. RESOURCE nishawbe book

Plan for your Final Product
What are you going to create to share what you have learned?





we made a stop action video of are 3# sub topics farming, hunting, fishing short 1 minute video


3# sub topics
  • farming
  • hunting
  • fishing

Final project

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