Presentation on theme: "Native Americans in North Carolina The Cherokee Indians By: Tiquesha Wright & Silas Piggott."— Presentation transcript:
Native Americans in North Carolina The Cherokee Indians By: Tiquesha Wright & Silas Piggott
The Foods They Ate The woman harvestedThe woman harvested Crops of cornCrops of corn BeansBeans squash squash sunflowers sunflowers recipes included cornbread, soups, and stews cooked on stone hearths. recipes included cornbread, soups, and stews cooked on stone hearths. The men huntedThe men hunted Deer (ahawi)Deer (ahawi) Wild turkeysWild turkeys Fish in the river (atsadi)Fish in the river (atsadi)
Pictures of Their Foods Corn Harvest FoodsCorn Harvest Foods BeansBeans
The History of the Cherokee Indians The Cherokee Indians were farming people. The Cherokee tribe spoke 23 dialects of Tsalagi. They lived in Georgia, S.C, Virgina, Kentucky, and Tennessee.
Columbian Exchange New food and fiber crops were introduced to Eurasia and Africa, improving diets and fomenting trade there. The Columbian Exchange people started bringing drugs, coffee, sugar, and tobacco use to many millions of people.
Drugs that the Cherokee People Did CocaineCocaine Weed Weed MarijuanaMarijuana