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By Jordyn and Lucas
Anishinaabeg/ Ojibwa/ Chippewa
Atlantic coast of North America
Corn Rabbit Fox Beaver Squash Ducks Pumpkin Geese Wild strawberries Fish Wild plums Wild bird Rasberris Meat Blueberries Animal fat Blackberries
Wigwams (summer) Long houses (winter)
Girls and women make them Made out of animal skin Were deer skin shoes
After a day of harvesting & preparing rice, they spend the day playing and feasting They cook a feast to celebrate the first rice
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The First Thanksgiving
Pilgrims and Wampanoag Native Americans
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BY: EMMA & MOLLY Anishaabeg, Ojibwa, & Chippewa. Anishaabeg, Ojibwa, Chippewa Locations The Anishaabeg, Ojibwa, and Chippewa are found in West and North.
The First Thanksgiving.
By: Larissa and Ruby 12/9/2009. Where They Lived The Chippewa Indians lived in the woodlands of the following states: Michigan Wisconsin Minnesota Parts.
The Woodland Indians. Where did they live??? They were moderate-climate regions roughly from the Atlantic to the Mississippi River and included the Great.
Wampanoag and Pilgrims: Together They Were Better
THE CHUMASH By: Elizabeth Sinay. The Chumash was one of the great Native American tribes in California. They lived on the northern coast of the Santa.
By: James Ruger. They used bows and arrows to take down buffalos, rabbits, deer and many more. They used every animals fur for pants, shoes, shirts, gloves,
The Chippewa Indians By: Larissa and Ruby 12/9/2009.
NATIVE AMERICANS OF THE NORTHEAST
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Iroquois Native Americans
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CHEROKEE INDIANS AND THEIR ENVIRONMENT Selena Johnson SS4H1 The students will describe how early Native American cultures developed in North America B.
The Food That Iroquois Ate
First Americans of Virginia
HOW DID THE CAT LAKE PEOPLE HUNT AND GATHER? BY: LIAM SIMPSON.
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