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Clothing They dressed very neatly and wore tattoos, nose rings and ornaments. Their Winter fur robes hung comfortably.
Food They had meat, corn also the food that the family had to grow.
Shelter They lived in teepees that the family built. Even the children built it to.
The European Settlers Many things happened to the Ottawa tribes in a result of the coming of the European settlers. It was a long time before the Ottawa know that the Europeans were O.K.
How the interacted with other tribes They were O.K with some tribes other not really.
Skill The skill is that the Men liked to hunt a lot and the did not just do it they had FUN. The word Ottawa means “to trade” and that’s what they loved to do.
Picture places We found the pictures at Clip Art Indianswww.Bing.com
By : Andrine Svensen. Arts and crafts Terrain and environment Weather Shelter Food Geography Climate Clothing Animals General facts.
Alexandra and Mia 2B Algonquians. Location They lived on the northern part of the world. The land looked like a hilly terrain. They were in the north.
Climate/weather Its cold in the winter and hot in the summer and warm.
Apaches, Comanches, Kiowas, and Tonkawas. became fierce fighters after arriving in America Apache comes from the Zuni word apachu which means enemy.
The Sub Arctic Indians By Zackary R.. Sub Arctic Region The Great Bear Lake is the biggest lake in Canada. The Sub Arctic Indians live where there’s flat.
The Ottawa Tribe By Ian, Cole and Lindsey. Were Ottawa’s lived Our Tribe is the Ottawa tribe. Do you know what the word Ottawa means? It means trade.
By: Anita and Petra Food The Ottawa tribe ate moose, rabbit, beaver and wolverine. They used spears and bows for hunting. Sometimes, they would dress.
Max, Ava and Sarah IN THE LOWER PENINSULA OF MICHIGAN ALSO IN THE WOODLANDS.
Odawa Ethan Eren Eugenia. Where the Odawa lived The Odawa's lived on the shores of lake Michigan in the lower peninsula. They also lived in the great.
Buffalo-Skin Teepee By: Jasmine Morgan. Clothing Plain Indians wore breech clothes.They were made from from buffalo skin.They also wore head dresses made.
Rosie & Sierra. food Potawatomi Indians ate tobacco,squash,corn,melons,peas, and beans. It looks like they had a healthy diet.
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By: Mary Margaret Ramey. Shelter They Cheyenne usually settled in villages and lived in Teepees. They lived in different places based on the season. The.
TRACE A. KENNEMORE. THE CADDOE INDIANS SHELTER PROJECT.
Place the name of your Indian Tribe here Your name Class Your Teacher.
By : Anaya, Liam, and Sierra. Food Food was scarce in a dry climate like that so they had to learn how to plant with little water and hunt a lot more.
By: Jessica and Mollie The Potawatomi had to make there own food. They ate Pants such as Grass, Bark and more. They also eat meat. Some of then kill.
Native People By: Kate, Thea and Alex. Location In the USA….In Michigan and Ontario In Michigan….Mostly along the shores.
The Wampanoags & Pilgrims Barney/2nd grade/Rosemont Elementary.
By Liam, Lance, Bryan, Jack, and Sam.. This is how the Inuit Indians got clothing in the Arctic. One material they used is polar bear fur. Some other.
By Sydney Czako, Elena McBride, and John Kause. The Ottawa's food The Ottawa traveled along the sides of Michigan so they got fish and other seafood from.
By: Lawrence, Terri, Andrew. They lived in 7 states and 2 country's. They lived in a long house. Igloo’s, beach, teepee, grass, wig man frame, mud.
Maggie Burns and Maya Villamil-Lacson Ms.Brotsky 2B Cherokee.
The Native Americans Lesson objective: to establish the basic facts about the Natives A diary has to be kept of the events - do this in Word Tepees.
Cheyenneseat By Jonathon Richey Mr. Born 4 th Grade.
By Brady, Cariel, Chase.. Food Potawatomi people are great at hunting and farming. They always cook corn on the cob, peas, fish and wild rice and more.
By Tashawn & Haley. The Cherokee Indians grew corn, beans, squash, and sunflowers. They also gathered nuts, berries, and fruit. They made soups and stews.
Alex Jonah Gaelle Zakary. The Ottawa lived in wigwams. Wigwams are made of wooden frames, which are covered with woven mats and sheets of birch bark.
Prehistory. Stone Age Vocabulary Old Stone Age = Paleothic age Paleo is the greek word for old Lithic is the greek word for stone New Stone Age = Neolithic.
APACHE Caden ConnorLandon Jacob. Location The Apache lived in the Southern Great Plains area. Today, those states include Texas, Arizona, New Mexico,
Callum Kica and Humzah Khan. Contents Page Tools……5 Hunting……7 Cave art…….9 Jewellery…….11 Stone Henge…….13.
The Delaware, Ottawa, Shawnee, and Miami Chapter 1, Section 5.
By: Hope. Table of Contents Dedication Page What are some things they made? Where did the tribe live? What religion/traditions did they follow? What games.
Great Plain Region By: Will Faulkner. About the Region The Great Plain Region is located in central United States. The climate is very hot in summers.
Shoshone bannock MADDY AND RILEY. foods they eat Deer Fish Elk Buffalo Mouse Sheep Berries Nuts.
The Miwok A California Native American by Jada Bailys.
The Cherokee Tribe By : Caleb and Libby. Cherokees lived in Southern Smith County.
Iroquois Native Americans. The Iroquois tribe ate corn, beans, squash. This is known as the 3 Sisters because they were grown together. Women usually.
Lenape or Delaware By: Nia. Dedication Page How did they honor life and death? What religion did they follow? What was their music like? What clothing.
By Anna C. and Zoha S.. Location and Name of Tribe The Potawatomi tribe lived the eastern wood lands and the upper part of the Mississippi River. The.
We will be focusing on mainly the Missouri Indians but we will mention other tribes.
THE PLAINS INDIANS Calhoun Academy. Plains Native Americans lived on the Great Plains of central North America from north of what is today the Canadian.
What do you recognize about this picture? What do you know about Native Americans?
The Inuit Tribe. Clothing Women made clothing out of polar bear, fox and wolf fur Made goggles out of whale bones.
Created By Amanda Broadnax Past: *Nebraska *Kansas Present: *Oklahoma- they were moved to a reservation by the government and still live in Oklahoma.
This power point is made by Sanel, Diantae, and Colby.
Jeopardy Environment Diet Shelter Clothing Q $100 Q $200 Q $300 Q $400 Q $500 Q $100 Q $200 Q $300 Q $400 Q $500 Final Jeopardy.
Timucan Tribe Alex Emily L. Life In The Villages In Timucaan villages there were mostly two kinds of houses. One kind of home was called a long house.
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