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Cameron Johnson November 13 2014
Most Hopewell settlements, and the largest burial mound, were in Ohio and Illinois
They used thatched roofs and rectangular homes
The men and boys had Mohawks and they wore ornaments too. The women wore the same clothes and their hair pinned up in bones or wooden dowel with a bow.
They were not full time farmers they ate nuts, squash, and seeds from plants they were hunters to they ate wild animals, birds, and fish
Hopewell people spoke either various dialects of the same language or different languages this is unclear as there is no evidence that the Hopewell people wrote
By: Norah enjoy. The Hopewell Indians lived in different groups. Some lived in the L.P. witch stands for lower peninsula. The Hopewell Indians in there.
All About the Hopewell Tribe By Anaya, Kenyetta,and Lily R.
By Dalton. .The winter cold and a little bit of snow..The summer Hot and rainy..Resources-Wood, rocks and bones.
GroupPaleo (means very old) Time PeriodBefore 8000 BC Migratory Patterns Nomadic hunters and gatherers – followed large game; traded with other areas Housing.
By: Allison Fritsch and Lauren Mayhugh. started 100 BC ended AD 500.
By:Calvin,Sebastian,Sam Homes The Potawatomi live in… Cone shaped- dome shaped- rectangular shaped- wigwam frame feet tall. There were two.
Created By: Lea Stevenson & Jennifer Tuck
NATIVE AMERICANS OF THE NORTHEAST
NATIVE AMERICAN CIVILIZATIONS OF GEORGIA Paleo, Archaic, Woodland., Mississippian.
People of the Eastern Woodland By manar. Habitat The winter weather-cold and snowy The summer weather-hot and the sun is out Resources-they used wood.
What does Mohawk Mean? The Mohawk name is what their Algonkian enemies used to call them, meaning "man-eaters." In their own language, the Mohawk.
By: Sam . G Ozi .U Harrison.K
THE SUSQUEHANNOCK INDIANS`
THE MIAMI INDIANS BY Dristi Ruchal The Miami lived in Indiana, Illinois,Michigan, and Ohio.
They lived in wigwams. The wigwams were 8-10 feet tall. The frame was shaped like a dome, cone or a rectangle. They were small houses. Once.
Potawatomi Indians This presentation was created using information from the website of Laura Redish and Orrin Lewis. The title of the site is Native Languages.
Potowatomi Michael, Jack, and Teddy.
By Tashawn & Haley. The Cherokee Indians grew corn, beans, squash, and sunflowers. They also gathered nuts, berries, and fruit. They made soups and stews.
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