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Chapter 26 The Great West and the Agricultural Revolution, 1865–1896.

boundaries for territory of each tribe – Attempted to separate Indians into great “colonies” to north and south of a corridor of intended white settlement – White treatymakers: » Misunderstood both Indian government and Indian society I. The Clash of Cultures on the Plains (/endorse their own administration – Had enthusiasm and numbers; all they lacked was a leader – New Moses appeared in person of William Jennings Bryan of Nebraska, known as “Boy Orator of the Platte” XVI. Golden McKinley and Silver Bryan/


Chapter 33: Great Depression and New Deal, 1933-1939.

a college in Daytona, FL. Ruth Benedict, an anthropologist, studied cultures as personalities in Patterns of Cultures. One of her understudies was Margaret Mead. She wrote/Dam on the Columbia River. It was the biggest human-built structure since the Great Wall of China. Early on, FDR and the Democrats passed legislation legalizing beer/ Relations with Natives The governments relationship with the Indians was changing again. John Collier headed the Bureau of Indian Affairs and wanted to change the policies of /


Lenape Indians of New Jersey A Webquest for 4 th Graders.

boy who they thought was dying from smallpox, and expected the Indians to kill him. But at night, they looked down the river and saw a great fire, and watched the Indians take the boy and grease his body with lard or something, /Blanket Singers See the rubric and presentation page for information about your presentation and worksheets.rubricpresentation Task : Presentation: Requirements Each person/group has a written assignment to hand in and a group presentation to make. Worksheets may be hand written or /


Tribal Leaders Institute: What, who, why & how Erich Longie, Ed.D. Spirit Lake Consulting, Inc An Indian Owned Company Located on Spirit Lake Nation Fort.

Respect all Peoples Serve Others PART II Traditional Ethics Four Main Virtues Tend to Dominate Plains Indian Society in the Past: Honesty (Integrity) Courage Perseverance (Fortitude) Generosity A person could not leads if he/she did not process these qualities. It is these qualities that made great leaders. Honesty (Integrity) is a very important virtue for leaders Examples: Do Not Lie To Your/


Indian and South-East Asian Art Professor A. D’Ascoli.

of gods who personify the forces of nature (not an historical person or prophet)Hindu worship focuses on a pantheon of gods who personify the forces of nature (not an historical person or prophet) At the center of the Hindu religion is the/ to mark a place of significance to the Buddha As lions are powerful animals – so Buddha was a powerful teacher Indian Art Great StupaGreat Stupa 3 rd century BCE3 rd century BCE Sanchi, IndiaSanchi, India ArchitectureArchitecture The stupa is the central symbol of the/


The Settlement of the West. The Plains Indians Treaty of Fort Laramie- 1851; US Govt. promised several tribes land in the Plains; in return, the tribes.

of public officials 4.Monopolistic activities/control over industry 5. secret rebates/kickbacks The Homestead Act of 1862 Major provisions A person had to be 21 years of age and either be or intend to become a U.S. citizen Land was given /. It had become the greatest wheat-producing region in the world. Major problems confronted by settlers on the Great Plains Constant threat of Indian attack Lack of wood both for fuel and building Difficulty in obtaining water Harsh winters and hot summers the relentless/


APUSH Daily Question 2015-16. Question 1:  Topic – Indian Civilizations  When Columbus arrived in the New World, the most advanced Indian civilizations.

Mexico and Peru  Explanation: The Aztecs of Mexico and the Incas of Peru had developed the most advanced Indian civilizations when Spanish explorers arrived. Each used monumental architecture in cities with large stone buildings. The Aztecs used/witch-hunting of the 1690s was condemned vigorously Answer: D) a new emphasis on personal piety (religious reverence) was featured in sermons Explanation: The Great Awakening was the first of many American religious revivals and was most prominent among /


Great Beginnings The Native American Experience Tamara Gray, Courtney Norgren and Daniel Kilpatrick.

and land forms of six different geographic regions: Pacific Northwest, Great Basin, Northwestern Woodlands, Southwest, Great Plains, and Southwestern Woodlands. Students will then explore the different /popular in the Native American culture, such as: beef and corn stew, Indian popcorn, popped wild rice, and fry bread for the feast the following/ and process of evaporation Water cycle and process of evaporation Personal conservation plan Personal conservation plan How one Native American tribe (to be chosen/


Historic American Indians in Utah Presented by B. Page.

breechcloths Women wore aprons or grass skirts Twig sunshades often worn on heads The Goshutes: Religion Like other Indian tribes in Utah, the Goshute held a great respect for the earth, the spirits, and their fellow living beings. The Paiutes The Paiutes lived in the/ east to meet the morning sun. Hogans were placed far apart; there were no villages. The Navajo: Families The most important person in a Navajo family is the mother. Women own the house, the sheep, the goats, and any wages earned from weaving./


Indian and South-East Asian Art Professor A. D’Ascoli.

of gods who personify the forces of nature (not an historical person or prophet)Hindu worship focuses on a pantheon of gods who personify the forces of nature (not an historical person or prophet) At the center of the Hindu religion is the/ to mark a place of significance to the Buddha As lions are powerful animals – so Buddha was a powerful teacher Indian Art Great StupaGreat Stupa 3 rd century BCE3 rd century BCE Sanchi, IndiaSanchi, India ArchitectureArchitecture The stupa is the central symbol of the/


FDR: Depression, New Deal. Wealthy NY family Wealthy NY family Cousin of TR (Republican), whom he admired greatly, as a Progressive Cousin of TR (Republican),

” Yet, was very popular with voters in Louisiana; attracted by his flamboyant personality, record of accomplishments for working classes – fair tax system, free text books/ with liberal policies afterwards; Republican party seen as the party of Big Business Great Depression 3.3C Caption: “Yes you remembered me” FDR and Minorities - / that no culture was inherently superior to another.. The Indian Reorganization Act; The Indian Reorganization Act; prevented the govt. from seizing unclaimed reservation/


Great Beginnings The Native American Experience Tamara Gray, Courtney Norgren and Daniel Kilpatrick.

, and land forms of six different geographic regions: Pacific Northwest, Great Basin, Northeastern Woodlands, Southwest, Great Plains, and Southeastern Woodlands. They will explore the different types of/popular in the Native American culture, such as: beef and corn stew, Indian popcorn, popped wild rice, and fry bread for the feast the following/ and process of evaporation Water cycle and process of evaporation Personal conservation plan Personal conservation plan How one Native American tribe (to be chosen/


The Great West and the Agricultural Revolution CHAPTER 26 1.

ability to move into the West 3 The Clash of Cultures on the Plains As the White settlers began to populate the Great West, the Indians were caught in the middle – They turned against each other – They were infected with white man’s diseases – As / Before it’s Too Late National Parks emerged as some people became concerned that all of the American land would become personal property Yellowstone National Park was created in 1872 Yosemite and Sequoia parks were created soon after 54 55 The Fading Frontier The/


Chapter 26 The Great West and the Agricultural Revolution, 1865–1896.

boundaries for territory of each tribe – Attempted to separate Indians into great “colonies” to north and south of a corridor of intended white settlement – White treatymakers: » Misunderstood both Indian government and Indian society I. The Clash of Cultures on the Plains (/endorse their own administration – Had enthusiasm and numbers; all they lacked was a leader – New Moses appeared in person of William Jennings Bryan of Nebraska, known as “Boy Orator of the Platte” XVI. Golden McKinley and Silver Bryan/


AHSGE Quick Facts. Wars: French and Indian War AKA: Seven Years War AKA: Seven Years War Who: British and Colonists vs. French and Natives Who: British.

on Jan. 1, 1863 that granted freedom to all slaves. Writ of Habeas Corpus: A person’s right to know for what they are being detained; this right was suspended by Lincoln during the Civil War. Writ of/Indians Railroads: 19 th Century technological innovation led to the rapid settlement of the western territories Railroads: 19 th Century technological innovation led to the rapid settlement of the western territories Geronimo: Great Apache leader that surrendered to the U.S. troops in 1886 Geronimo: Great/


Historic American Indians in Utah Presented by B. Page.

breechcloths Women wore aprons or grass skirts Twig sunshades often worn on heads The Goshutes: Religion Like other Indian tribes in Utah, the Goshute held a great respect for the earth, the spirits, and their fellow living beings. The Paiutes The Paiutes lived in the/ east to meet the morning sun. Hogans were placed far apart; there were no villages. The Navajo: Families The most important person in a Navajo family is the mother. Women own the house, the sheep, the goats, and any wages earned from weaving./


Indian Alliances of the Long Eighteenth Century and Tecumseh’s Speech to the Osage of Missouri (Winter 1811-1812) Native American History, Topic 3.

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The Colonial Era Colonial Life, the French and Indian War, and Precursors to War (Inclusions and Additions to Chapters 3-4) Unless otherwise noted, all.

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15 th AUGUST: INDIAN INDEPENDANCE DAY Dear Friends, This year 15th August we will be celebrating 66th Indian Independence Day. This day is also relevant.

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The last thing we heard about in the last unit: Was the French and Indian War Was the French and Indian War (The French and the Indians against the British)

American Disadvantages Poorly trained army. Poorly trained army. Most Indians helped the English. Most Indians helped the English. Some Colonists were loyalists Colonists on the/and has some decisions to make What does independence mean to you as a person? Good things Good things “Bad” things “Bad” things What does independence mean/ 1 vote. Eventually they came up with a compromise: called “ The Great Compromise ” “ The Great Compromise ” And.. We ended up with the government structure we still have/


The Great West and The Agricultural Revolution 1865-1896.

Kiowas, and Pawnees, and justified their actions by reasoning that White men had done the same thing to them. The Indians had become great riders, hunters, and fighters ever since the Spanish had introduced the horse to them. The Clash of Cultures on the/was a conservative in business, preferring to leaves things alone, and his platform was for the gold standard, even though he personally was not. His platform also called for a gold-silver bimetallism—provided that all the other nations in the world did the /


How this all got started…

as the General Assembly of the Colony … shall judge necessary for my or their personal improvement...” Different Viewpoints Indians did not understand land ownership the way the English and their future generations viewed it: in their culture, no tribe/ Trains To Long Island A 1882 Addition to Danbury/Norwalk Railroad. This leads to profitable agreements with other RR’s & is a great benefit to businesses on the Danbury/Norwalk line. Ice, Eggs/ Milk, Wire, Granite, Feldspar, Quartz all products that can now/


Hindu civilization has a longest history with continuity, the longest and the oldest amongst the great civilisation of the world. Traditional knowledge.

Authored by Rishi Pingal Jyotish - Surya Sidhantha (Astronomy & Mathematics). Aryabhat, Bhaskaracharya, Brahmagupta were great teachers of this school. This is again spread in several types of Mathematics and astronomical school/in the Purusha Sukta. Much of the work done by the Indian scholars on Indian literature is similarly tainted by the touch of modernity and influenced / Wilson. Then it was Monier Williams and Max Muller followed.   Personal letters of Mr Max Muller gives a true picture of the writer’s/


Satyagraha and ‘Nonviolence’ 1.Gandhi in South Africa 2.Indian philosophical traditions and practices.

such a moment, they must not shrink from bloodshed. Aurobindo Ghose: ‘The Doctrine of Passive Resistance’, 1907 Indian philosophical traditions Jainism Mahavira: Those who embrace a religious life should commit themselves to strict nonviolence. He or she/, verbal nonviolence and physical nonviolence. The foundation of all the other great vows (mahavrata) is that of nonviolence. Lying causes verbal and mental injury to another person, for example. Stealing is similar. Hoarding of wealth also commits violence/


Plains Indians – Traditions, Customs, Spirituality

the sagebrush. Anonymous Beliefs Common to Most Plains Tribes There is a Supreme Being, a Creator, a Great Spirit, God. Everything the Great Spirit has created is good. Many lesser spirits wander the earth, some control weather, some interact with /of harmony is like a protective shield keeping us from dangers inherent in negative or disharmonious situations. In the Indian belief, it is each person’s responsibility to keep this protective shield strong and beautiful, not only for his own well-being, but for/


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By Simeon Wren © Warsaw Summer School 2013, NaukaBezGranic Culture Great Britain Simeon Wren.

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THE AZTECS.

many different languages because she had been traded by many different Indian tribes. THE COMING OF THE AZTEC GOD Malintzin became infatuated with Cortes because he was the first person to treat her nicely in many years. She told Cortes that/ actually a god, disease spread throughout Tenochtitlan. One third of the Indians were stricken and died of small pox. The great Indian nation was weakened by disease and without a leader. THE GREAT BATTLE The Aztecs decided to kill the Spaniards. However, they were/


Menu The Great Famine in Ireland Menu Before the Famine During the 1100s, Ireland was a united country Subsequently it was conquered by England in.

the Irish Catholics. *As a result of these harsh laws: Catholics could neither teach their children nor send them abroad; persons of property could not enter into mixed marriages; Catholic property was inherited equally among the sons unless one was a Protestant, / Famine. But Peel had imported only about £100,000 worth of Indian corn from America and Trevelyan made no effort to replenish the limited supply. Menu Responses to the Great Famine Scenario 5 The Labour Act was passed in 1846 which further worked/


Europeans and American Indians fought for dominance, control, and security in North America, and distinctive colonial and native societies developed.

gatherer-hunter lifestyle, clothing, rituals, etc…  American Indian warfare increases in intensity & destructiveness deadlier weapons  long rifle  musket alcohol  great disrupter of Indian life  greater susceptibility to effects o The increasing /persons social importance in old Mexico  one-hundred different terms to describe different racial categories  Españoles - persons of pure Spanish ancestry  Indios/Indias - persons of pure Indian Ancestry  Mestizos/Mestizas - one Spanish and one Indian/


The Great West and the Agricultural Revolution,

Cultures on the Plains Post Civil War, the Great West = relatively untamed, wild, full of Indians, bison, and wildlife sparsely populated by a few Mormons and Mexicans. White settlers begin to populate the Great West Indians = caught in the middle turned against each other/(continued) conservative in business preferring to leave things alone platform was for the gold standard, even though he personally was not called for a gold-silver bimetallism—provided that all the other nations in the world did the same/


California 1850 Territories and Treaties. “Killed some of them myself”  California Statue 133  An Act for the Government and Protection of Indians

the fire when the prairies are burning, such a person or persons shall be subject to fine or punishment, as the Court may adjudge proper”  20. “Any Indian... Who shall be found loitering and strolling about... If/Chance that support of the “Great Father”  May come from supporting the “Great Father”  Tribal survival not anti-slavery or other moral issues dictated decision ““““a patriotism unequaled in the history of our country” Fielding Johnson, Indian agent ““““Fully appreciates and understands /


CHAPTER 4 1754-1783 The Road to Independence. Chapter 4 Section 1  The French and Indian War.

Chapter 4 Section 1  The French and Indian War I. Summarize the causes of the French and Indian War. A. Causes of War 1) France and Great Britain both claimed the land of the Ohio Valley 2) French and Indians vs. British War (1754-1763) a) final/ times before taking control c) Bunker Hill – Patriots ran out of ammo d) both were British victories but heavy cost (causalities) - persons killed, wounded, or missing - over 1,000 British vs. 400 Patriots I. Describe the siege of Boston and its outcome. C. /


Graduation Exam Study Guide US Colonial. 1.MATCH THESE EVENTS TO THE TIMELINE BELOW: 1.World War I ___________ 2.Great Depression ___________ 3.Plessey.

INDIAN WAR? Great Britain & France 65. WHAT EFFECT DID THE FRENCH & INDIAN WAR HAVE ON THE COLONISTS? Great Britain taxed the colonists to maintain an army even after the French & Indian War had ended. 66. WHAT DID GREAT BRITAIN GAIN FROM WINNING THE FRENCH & INDIAN WAR? Great/ the South and were designed to give minorities second-class status. 80. WHAT IS DISCRIMINATION? Unfair treatment of a person or group based on prejudice. 81. WHAT WAS PLESSY VS FERGUSON? Supreme Court decision (1896) which ruled that /


Y8 History History Revision The Indian Raj Recap of (a) The early stages of the British East Indian Company when they went looking for spices in Bantam.

- Conquest and Corruption The EIC in the 18th century – remember the title: Conquest and Corruption – and remember Clive as the important person. Why did the EIC change from talking and negotiating to fighting? What was the cause of all the corruption on the EIC? What/ and families arrived before 1800. At about this time, the church began to see India as a great place to go and save these poor ignorant Indians. So there were 2 new groups of people arriving, who brought with them very different ideas about /


Alexander The Great Presented by: Jacob, Will, Justin, Brad, Krisha.

nearly the known world in twelve years, and by spreading his influence on the known world, Alexander was the first person to receive the title “ The Great. ” By never loosing a battle, by conquering nearly the known world in twelve years, and by spreading his / men 16 miles down river. He then marched back 16 miles and engaged King Porus from behind. Alexander drew the Indian cavalry to one flank away from the protection of their elephants and then surrounded them while his foot soldiers came up with/


Indians  Made up the majority of the population  Had little to do with society  Personal servants and laborers  Poor and had few Rights Africans—slaves.

independence for South America 2. Who was the most successful liberator in South America 3. A person who works to free others is called a ______ 4. A person who meets in secret to organize a rebellion is called a _____ 5. What is your lucky/for the poor  Juárez is remembered as a great lawmaker and patriot and as the man who saved Mexico’s independence  Porfirio Diaz 1876-1911  Modernized Mexico  Foreigners and wealthy Mexicans benefited from it.  Indians sank back into poverty  In the 1910s more /


Capacity Building for American Indians Project American Indian Vocational Rehabilitation Grant Writing Essentials and Foundation Workshop November 17-18,

the need is still there from previous grant years? Is it because the data shows the need for services? How great is that need? Regionally:  What information can you use from the state VR to support your need for a /a) …describe other aspects of service provision, including providing services traditionally used by Indian tribes and providing traditional VR services in a culturally appropriate manner. …demonstrate that persons with disabilities will be able to access services as required by the American with/


AHSGE Quick Facts. Wars: French and Indian War AKA: Seven Years War AKA: Seven Years War Who: British and Colonists vs. French and Natives Who: British.

centralized government and a federal system. AHSGE Standard II Great Compromise: Agreement that the U.S. would have two houses in Congress Great Compromise: Agreement that the U.S. would have / of 1812 battle where Jackson defeated the Creek Indians in Al. Horseshoe Bend: War of 1812 battle where Jackson defeated the Creek Indians in Al. New Orleans: War of 1812 battle/granted freedom to all slaves. Writ of Habeas Corpus: A person’s right to know for what they are being detained; this right was suspended by Lincoln /


The Great Depression and the New Deal, 1929—1940 Chapter Twenty-Four.

of New Deal reform? What were the causes and consequences of the Great Depression? Stock prices rose rapidly in the 1920’s Investors lured by/migrants labored for very low wages. Bureau of Indian Affairs (John Collier) grew more sensitive to Indians and passed the Indian Reorganization Act to restore tribal lands What characterized American/-run production system. – Francis Townsend called for providing $200 monthly payments to all persons over 60. – Huey Long, who served as governor and then as senator from /


Holt McDougal, Geography and Early India The Big Idea Indian civilization first developed on the Indus River. Main Ideas The geography of India includes.

(Brahman) created the universe and everything in it Every person has a soul (atman) that will eventually join with Brahman Soul is reincarnated many times before they join Brahman A persons karma affects how he or she will be reincarnated Holt/Mahayana believed that individual interpretation was important. Buddhism becomes a major religion. Holt McDougal, Indian Empires The Big Idea The Mauryas and the Guptas built great empires in India. Main Ideas The Mauryan Empire unified most of India. Gupta rulers /


The Great Awakening Religious movement in the 1730s and 1740s. Preached ideas that went against Puritan beliefs and teachings. JONATHAN EDWARDS – one of.

conflict (ex. Georgia as a buffer between the other British colonies and Spanish Florida) Great Awakening Religious movement in the 1730s and 1740s. Preached personal salvation as opposed to the Puritan beliefs of pre-destination. JONATHAN EDWARDS – one of the/many Americans to join the Patriot cause. George Washington *Virginian *surveyor, planter *a soldier in the French and Indian War *a delegate to the First and Second Continental Congresses *commander-in-chief of the Continental Army during the /


Holt McDougal, Physical Geography The Big Idea The physical geography of the Indian Subcontinent features unique physical features and a variety of climates.

The Deccan is a large, hilly plateau located to the south of the Ganges Plain. The Thar, or Great Indian Desert, is made up of rolling sand dunes. The Tarai in southern Nepal has fertile farmland and tropical jungles. Holt McDougal, Main / reach nirvana Nirvana is a state of perfect peace. Buddhism Holt McDougal, The Caste System The caste system divided Indian society into groups based on a person’s birth or occupation. The caste system features four main classes, originally based on occupations. Below the four main/


Chapter 21 – The Indian Subcontinent Section Notes Physical Geography History and Culture of India India Today India’s Neighbors Video Impact of Population.

is a large, hilly plateau located to the south of the Ganges Plain. The Thar, or Great Indian Desert, is made up of rolling sand dunes. The Tarai in southern Nepal has fertile farmland and tropical jungles. Main Idea 2: The/ material goods and reach nirvana Nirvana is a state of perfect peace. Buddhism The Caste System The caste system divided Indian society into groups based on a person’s birth or occupation. The caste system features four main classes, originally based on occupations. Below the four main /


Alexander The Great. Alexander the Great “There is nothing impossible to him who will try.” (quote from Alexander the Great) “There is nothing impossible.

nearly the known world in twelve years, and by spreading his influence on the known world, Alexander was the first person to receive the title “ The Great.” By never loosing a battle, by conquering nearly the known world in twelve years, and by spreading his influence/ men 16 miles down river. He then marched back 16 miles and engaged King Porus from behind. Alexander drew the Indian cavalry to one flank away from the protection of their elephants and then surrounded them while his foot soldiers came up with/


Native Americans In History By: Sarah Engdahl. Crazy Horse (Tashunkewitko) 1845-1877 “All we wanted was peace and to be left alone” "A very great vision.

1774 of the same illness. He translated many of the English works into the Mohawk language for his people to read, and was greatly known for this as well. After leading a victory in the Cherry Valley Massacre, Brant was able to obtain a thriving reputation for / courage and bravery allows for many people to see that not all of the Indians were savages during this time. Even today her story is told to children because she was a very brave person indeed. Geronimo 1829-1909 (P.O.W.) “I was born on the prairies/


Unit 1 “The First Americans Through the French and Indian War” August 19, 2014 1.

million. By 1600 is was reduced to 2 million. The Spanish provided the Native Americans of the Great Plains with the horse. Within a few generations, the Plains Indians became expert on horseback, expanding their hunting, trading, and warring capabilities. 52 1. What killed /(2 of 4) Religion dominated all aspects of life in New England. In order to vote or hold office, a person had to be a member in good standing of the church. Religious dissenters were subject to public spectacle or banishment. Fervent /


A Review. Which statement about Georgia regarding the French and Indian War is correct? a. Georgia gained new territory as a result of the war. b. Georgia.

prevented them from expanding westward. b. It required them to pay extra taxes. c. It prevented them from trading with Indian tribes. d. It required them to house British Soldiers in their homes. a. It prevented them from expanding westward. The/Walton, Lyman Hall, and Button Gwinnett Who was the youngest person to sign the Declaration of Independence? a.Henry Ellis b.Button Gwinnett c.George Walton d.James Wright c. George Walton Independence from Great Britain came for Georgia and the other colonies in a./


Native American Groups Eastern Woodlands Great Plains Pacific Northwest Coast Southwest Desert.

religion Animist religion—all things possessed spirits. Game animals had spirits. The Great Spirit (Wakan Tanka) had power over everything that had ever existed. Great Plains Indians believed by worshiping him they would become stronger. Earth was also important /, continued Another religious concept was the acquisition of personal power by seeking individual contact with a spirit-being, usually through prayer and a vision. From these entities each person acquired songs, special regalia, and dances. A /


“Crunch. Squeak.” the Apache moccasins moaned with great wear as the Apache warriors slowly moved forward toward the Spanish settlement. The Indians hid.

. Some woman from other bands wore other outfits. Helena #17 Legends entertained the Apache Indians greatly and still are told to this day. The Legend of the Indian Paintbrush is about a boy who has a gift of decorating and not hunting so he/great%20spirit%20told%20me.gif Helena #17 The Apache Indians had many traditions and ways to honor nature. The Apache only took what was needed from nature. They tried to keep it as balanced as possible. For traditions, if someone was to die they would cut the persons/


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