THE EASTERN WOODLANDS NATIVE AMERICANSEastern WoodlandTyler Draher and Candiss RodriguezPeriod 6
TRIBES OF THE EASTERNWOODLANDS Pequot, Ojibway ,Narragansett, MicMac,Massachusett, Chippewa, Algonquian Speaking Tribe This man is part of the This is a man of Ojibway tribe the Pequot Tribe
FOODS IN THE EASTERN WOODLANDS Pequot tribe- All of they’re food came from lakes, ponds, and rivers. Ojibway tribe- berries, fish, deer, bear, and moose Narragansett tribe- Clams, Oysters, Shell Fish All these tribes ate these kinds of foods because they were easy to find in the area they were in and that’s what they were used to.Fresh water Buffalo Berries Fresh water fishclams
CLOTHING OF THE EASTERNWOODLANDS All of he clothing that was worn usually consisted of skirts, breechcloths, and shirts. But in certain traditional dances boys and girls have to wear dresses. Boys have to wear yarn all over theirs and girls have to wear bells. What a traditional What a traditional man would wear in child would where the Pequot tribe. in a ceremony
HOMES OF THE EASTERNWOODLANDS Some homes they lived in were wigwams and houses made of wood Wigwams were made out of binding mats, skins, or bark over a support of poles. A wigwam that people live in.
NATIVE AMERICAN RELIGIONS Most of the people in the Eastern Woodlands region believed in a specific God to tell them what to do spiritually. For example, the people of the Pequot tribe believe in Shamans. They tell them when to plant, harvest, and hunt. These are people that dress up as what tribe members think Shamans look like. People like this dress up for ceremonies and normal traditional celebrations.
TRADITION OR CEREMONY OF THEEASTERN WOODLANDS Pequot tribe- Tell stories of myths and of great mystical gods Ojibway- Have a war dance to fight their enemies Narragansett- Burn or bury personal possessions as sacrifice to the spiritual gods. This is what people wore and how they danced in a traditional war dance in the Ojibway tribe.
ARTS/CRAFTS OF THE EASTERN WOODLANDS Include the following Costumes made out of leather and feathers Buck skin coin pouches Pottery Feathered head dress am and Buck skin coin leather pouch costume Traditional Pottery
A FAMOUS PEQUOT Daniel Boone: Archetype, carved civilization out of the wilderness. He is most famous for his traveling and discovering new civilization Daniel Boone a great explorer
INTERESTING FACTS FROM THE EASTERN WOODLANDS Include the following 1) Woman and children of the Peqout tribe collected wild berries, grapes, nuts, and eligible roots 2) Ojibway tribe had all sorts of secret religions that werent supposed to be practiced. 3) The Narragansett tribe was once led by a lesser chief called Sachems 4) In the Ojibway tribe woman were responsible for cleaning and making all meals for the men and children. 5) In the Ojibway tribe older men were required to wear bones as earrings. A man wearing traditional bone earrings A lesser chief that lead the Narragansett tribe at one time.
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