Presentation on theme: "Jacob, Alex and Jennifer. The meaning of Lenape is true people. They are also referred to the Delaware Indians."— Presentation transcript:
Jacob, Alex and Jennifer
The meaning of Lenape is true people. They are also referred to the Delaware Indians
The men wore tied belts, leggings, they would where feathers in there hair and face paint and mohawks. The women wore a braid or bun in there hair. They also would wear a wrapped skirt made from animal hide.
Their meat got cooked by putting pots over fire with meat inside. The ladies planted crops The three important crops were corn, beans, and squash The men hunted for food and went fishing
They lived in wigwams and long houses They built their houses in villages protected with palisades. They made their longhouses out of bark, animal hide or grass as a long structure. Wigwams were made in a dome shape structure.
They threw spears to kill animals like deer. They also used arrow heads for bows and arrows to kill animals. They hunted fish with fish weirs.
They made bead work headbands. Lenape made music from instruments they crafted. The kids made dolls as toys. They made baketry to hold there food
The Lenni Lenape smoked tobacco at tobacco ceremonies. They were skilled at healing people when they are hurt They had certain burial customs Lenape spoke Unami and went on vision quests.