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1 The Woodland Indians

2 Where did they live??? They were moderate-climate regions roughly from the Atlantic to the Mississippi River and included the Great Lakes. They were moderate-climate regions roughly from the Atlantic to the Mississippi River and included the Great Lakes. From the Ohio River north into Canada is the Northern Woodland tribes From the Ohio River north into Canada is the Northern Woodland tribes From the Ohio River south to the Gulf is the Southern Woodland tribes. From the Ohio River south to the Gulf is the Southern Woodland tribes. This huge area had lots of rainfall, numerous lakes and rivers, and great forests. There was lots of rich earth for planting crops. This huge area had lots of rainfall, numerous lakes and rivers, and great forests. There was lots of rich earth for planting crops.

3 Ohio River north into Canada Ohio River south to the Gulf

4 The Woodland tribes Adena and Hopewell – the earliest tribes and were mound builders Adena and Hopewell – the earliest tribes and were mound builders Iroquois – warriors Iroquois – warriors Cherokee, Chocktaw, Chickasaw, Creek – Southeastern tribes Cherokee, Chocktaw, Chickasaw, Creek – Southeastern tribes Seminole – Florida tribe Seminole – Florida tribe

5 Everyday Life - Men The Woodland Indians were deer-hunters and farmers. The Woodland Indians were deer-hunters and farmers. The men made bows and arrows, stone knives and war clubs. Bones were also used for tools. The men made bows and arrows, stone knives and war clubs. Bones were also used for tools. They hunted and used all of the deer they hunted. They hunted and used all of the deer they hunted. Fish was also a major part of their diet. Fish was also a major part of their diet.

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7 Everyday Life - Women The women grew beans, corn, pumpkin, squash and tobacco. The women grew beans, corn, pumpkin, squash and tobacco. Women also harvested these crops and prepared the food. Women also harvested these crops and prepared the food. They dried berries, corn, fish, meat and squash for the winter. They dried berries, corn, fish, meat and squash for the winter. They also made the pots for cooking out of red or black clay. They also made the pots for cooking out of red or black clay. They had one major ceremony to honor the rain gods every year for healthy crops. They had one major ceremony to honor the rain gods every year for healthy crops.

8 Everyday Life - Kids The Woodland tribes were the first to invent a game like lacrosse. The Woodland tribes were the first to invent a game like lacrosse. When a boy was 13 they went on a Vision Quest. When a boy was 13 they went on a Vision Quest. They had to spend 3-5 days out in the woods and analyze their dreams They had to spend 3-5 days out in the woods and analyze their dreams They believed that a spirit would come to them and give them guidance about their future. They believed that a spirit would come to them and give them guidance about their future.

9 What did they live in??? The most popular house was a wigwam The most popular house was a wigwam It was either covered with bark, grasses or leaves. It was either covered with bark, grasses or leaves. They were set up in villages of houses They were set up in villages of houses

10 Where did they live? The Northeastern tribes mostly lived in longhouses. The Northeastern tribes mostly lived in longhouses. Several families would live in one house. Several families would live in one house.

11 What about travel??? The tribes lived near water for transportation purposes. The tribes lived near water for transportation purposes. The northern tribes made birchbark canoes and the southeastern tribes dug out canoes from tree trunks. The northern tribes made birchbark canoes and the southeastern tribes dug out canoes from tree trunks. On land, the natives traveled on foot and bore their cargo on their backs, having no pack animals. On land, the natives traveled on foot and bore their cargo on their backs, having no pack animals. Dogs were their sole domesticated animals. Dogs were their sole domesticated animals.

12 Woodland Fashion Numerous hours were required to make the popular deerskin summer apparel. Numerous hours were required to make the popular deerskin summer apparel. Furs from bears, rabbits and raccoons kept them warm in the winter. Furs from bears, rabbits and raccoons kept them warm in the winter. Turkey feathers were a popular accessory since it is waterproof. Turkey feathers were a popular accessory since it is waterproof. Face painting and the men's scalp lock (with shaven side hair) were typical. Face painting and the men's scalp lock (with shaven side hair) were typical. Designs in the clothes were closely tied to nature Designs in the clothes were closely tied to nature

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14 War! War was very frequent between the Woodland tribes. War was very frequent between the Woodland tribes. Finally an Iroquois Chief, Hiawatha, was tired of fighting and formed the Iroquois League of Nations. Finally an Iroquois Chief, Hiawatha, was tired of fighting and formed the Iroquois League of Nations. This is where each tribe had a representative that would come and debate on war and tribal issues. This is where each tribe had a representative that would come and debate on war and tribal issues.

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16 Mrs. Cristi - Cherokee Bow and Arrow, pipe are Najavo Bow and Arrow, pipe are Najavo Steer head rattle and pipe are Cherokee Steer head rattle and pipe are Cherokee Statue – 3 important facts to the Woodland Indains. The turtle represents earth, pumpkin, corn and beans were staples in food, warrior to protect. Statue – 3 important facts to the Woodland Indains. The turtle represents earth, pumpkin, corn and beans were staples in food, warrior to protect. Eagle feathers were sacred, only the Eagle Dancer could touch them. Eagle feathers were sacred, only the Eagle Dancer could touch them. Corn came from the man’s rib and turned into woman. Corn came from the man’s rib and turned into woman. Cherokee woman have say at meetings because they run the house. Cherokee woman have say at meetings because they run the house. Raven is seen as the trickster and “boogie-man”, he will steal souls when people die. Raven is seen as the trickster and “boogie-man”, he will steal souls when people die.


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