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Native Kansans. Notebook  CM- 21-31and 33-41  Illustrated Dictionary- Nomadic, Pueblo, Reservation, Artifact, empire,conquistador, colonize, emigrant.

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1 Native Kansans

2 Notebook  CM and  Illustrated Dictionary- Nomadic, Pueblo, Reservation, Artifact, empire,conquistador, colonize, emigrant.  QFR-1-9 pg. 41 and 1-10 pg. 31  Graphic Organizer- Using a Venn compare and contrast two Native American tribes. One prehistoric and one historic tribe.  CM and  Illustrated Dictionary- Nomadic, Pueblo, Reservation, Artifact, empire,conquistador, colonize, emigrant.  QFR-1-9 pg. 41 and 1-10 pg. 31  Graphic Organizer- Using a Venn compare and contrast two Native American tribes. One prehistoric and one historic tribe.

3 Graphic Organizer  Lewis and Clark  Coronado  Bourgmont  Write a short biography of their accomplishments.  Lewis and Clark  Coronado  Bourgmont  Write a short biography of their accomplishments.

4 How They Got Here  40,000 years ago people were nomadic hunters.  While following their food they crossed a bridge of ice called the Bering straight.  This ice bridge connects Asia to Alaska.  40,000 years ago people were nomadic hunters.  While following their food they crossed a bridge of ice called the Bering straight.  This ice bridge connects Asia to Alaska.

5 Prehistoric Indians  Prehistoric= no written records.  We have to study the artifacts they left behind  Who finds and studies these artifacts????  Prehistoric= no written records.  We have to study the artifacts they left behind  Who finds and studies these artifacts????

6 Paleo-Indians  The first to live in Kansas.  Their name means- “the old ones”  Hunted in groups by surrounding and spearing the animal.  The first to live in Kansas.  Their name means- “the old ones”  Hunted in groups by surrounding and spearing the animal.

7 Archaic Indians  Archaic means “early” or “Primitive”  Were hunters and food gathers  One of their major settlements was found near council grove.  They settled here because of the rock formations around the area.  Archaic means “early” or “Primitive”  Were hunters and food gathers  One of their major settlements was found near council grove.  They settled here because of the rock formations around the area.

8 Plains woodland Indians  Adopted the art of making pottery and bows and arrows.  They were also hunters and gathers, but also grew some of their own food.  The growing of their own food led to more stable settlements  Adopted the art of making pottery and bows and arrows.  They were also hunters and gathers, but also grew some of their own food.  The growing of their own food led to more stable settlements

9 Village Farmers  More skilled at farming and making pottery. Some settlements even had fishhooks  Once settlements were more permanent, trade began between the settlements  More skilled at farming and making pottery. Some settlements even had fishhooks  Once settlements were more permanent, trade began between the settlements

10 Protohistoric Indians  These groups continued to evolve their hunting, gathering, and farming practices.  Crops included beans, corn, squash, and sunflower seeds.  They also developed more tools including knives, scraping tools, and weapon points.  These groups continued to evolve their hunting, gathering, and farming practices.  Crops included beans, corn, squash, and sunflower seeds.  They also developed more tools including knives, scraping tools, and weapon points.

11 Wichita Indians  Lodges- Made with sticks and covered with grass into dome shaped lodges.  15 people lived in the lodges.  Tribes were divided into at least four bands. Each band was made up of a number of villages and had their own chief.  The women were farmers and men hunted.  Their main source of food was the buffalo, in which they used every part.  Lodges- Made with sticks and covered with grass into dome shaped lodges.  15 people lived in the lodges.  Tribes were divided into at least four bands. Each band was made up of a number of villages and had their own chief.  The women were farmers and men hunted.  Their main source of food was the buffalo, in which they used every part.

12 Kansa Indians  Lived in round earth lodges and tipis.  A good warrior would become chief, then the following chiefs would be his children.  Women farmed while the men would hunt. Twice a year the whole camp would go on a buffalo hunt  Kansa Indians were excellent warriors and considered this practice sacred.  Lived in round earth lodges and tipis.  A good warrior would become chief, then the following chiefs would be his children.  Women farmed while the men would hunt. Twice a year the whole camp would go on a buffalo hunt  Kansa Indians were excellent warriors and considered this practice sacred.

13 Pawnee Indians  Lived in large circular earth lodges.  Lived in protected village because of other unfriendly tribes.  The Pawnee were made of four independent bands.  Women were highly respected and played an important role in the tribe.  Men would hunt and trap. They often traded furs with the white man.  Lived in large circular earth lodges.  Lived in protected village because of other unfriendly tribes.  The Pawnee were made of four independent bands.  Women were highly respected and played an important role in the tribe.  Men would hunt and trap. They often traded furs with the white man.

14 Plains Apache Indians  Apache were mainly buffalo hunters.  Did not farm much.  Lived in tipis and round lodge dwellings.  Not much is known about this group.  Apache were mainly buffalo hunters.  Did not farm much.  Lived in tipis and round lodge dwellings.  Not much is known about this group.

15 Questions  Why did living on reservations mean that Indians had to give up many of their old ways?  Kiowa kept a pictorial account of their history.  What kind of image do films and television give us of Indians and their way of life?  Why did living on reservations mean that Indians had to give up many of their old ways?  Kiowa kept a pictorial account of their history.  What kind of image do films and television give us of Indians and their way of life?

16 Telling stories and keeping records  Cheyenne used animal skins as canvases to paint stories. They used abstract designs.  Many tribes would tell stories in order to pass down the tradition and history of their tribe.  Cheyenne used animal skins as canvases to paint stories. They used abstract designs.  Many tribes would tell stories in order to pass down the tradition and history of their tribe.

17 Clothing  Used hides to make their clothing.  They would decorate with bone, shells, and teeth.  Many also painted their bodies. Comanche women would paint the inside of their ears red.  Used hides to make their clothing.  They would decorate with bone, shells, and teeth.  Many also painted their bodies. Comanche women would paint the inside of their ears red.

18 Contact with Whites  Most Indians welcomed the new technology and tools that the white man offered, including guns and horses.  Then came the disease, wars, and treaties that the Indians went through as a result of whites coming to Kansas.  Most Indians welcomed the new technology and tools that the white man offered, including guns and horses.  Then came the disease, wars, and treaties that the Indians went through as a result of whites coming to Kansas.


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