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Plateau Native Americans
Plateau Native Americans
Plateau Native Americans
Plateau Native Americans
Plateau Native Americans
Plateau Native Americans
Plateau Native Americans
Plateau Native Americans
Plateau Native Americans
Plateau Native Americans
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Plateau Native Americans

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  • 1. Basic information•Plateau•Hunter Prescott & Aaron Andaya•Period 4
  • 2. -Flathead, Nez Perce, Paiute, Shoshone, Spokane, YakimaThis is the Nez Perce This is the Shoshone Tribe
  • 3.  Salmon, squirrel, buffalo, sheep, antelope, berries, nuts, seeds, turnips, rabbits, rodents were all part of the Plateau tribes food pyramidThese foods were eaten because they were easy toaccess and were in there region/hunting territory Salmon Berries Walnuts
  • 4. Typical women clothing in this region for women wereSkirts, and hats.Young boys usually went naked.Men would were moccasins and animal skin leggings.They would also were necklaces and all would piercetheir ears.
  • 5. Typical homes in the Plateau regions were tepees whichwere mainly made out of buffalo hide. Tribe memberswould also make cone shaped homes made from brushgrass and cone shaped huts made from bark walls. This is a tepee
  • 6. The Plateau religion felt a deep spiritual tie to the earth.They lived in harmony with nature and were closelyrelated with each other. Each member of the tribe had aspiritual guardian called a Wyakin that protected theperson and gave them help. In honor of there guardiantribe members would carry small bundles of materialsthat represented their Wyakin. Today the plateau nativeAmericans have adopted the Christianity religion. This region tied to the earth and lived with nature
  • 7. These native Americans did a number ofceremonial dances some of them were the rounddance (was done when food was plentiful) thefather dance ( honored creator and asked for goodhealth) and the sun dance (done after a buffalohunt) This is a sun dance
  • 8.  Each tribe within the Plateau region has their own artistic traditions. The Shoshone would participate in elk and buffalo hide painting to record tribal history they also used this for leather Another example exampleThis is the buffalo hide painting
  • 9.  Washakie was the chief of the eastern Shoshone. He is famous for signing the Treaty of Fort Bridger in 1863.
  • 10. This region had a very loosely organized government  They used plants, charms, and chants to cure illnesses  Has 4,500 Shoshone tribal members as of the 1990  One of the tribes in the Plateau is the Nez Perce which means pierced nose  Shaman were believed to have miraculous powers These are some plants they used forThis is the shaman illnesses
  • 11.  Mohel, A. Early Americans. St. Louis: Milliken, 2003. Print. N.d. n.p. Web. 19 Oct 2012. <http://www.altmedicinezone.com/herbal-medicine/create-your- very-own-backyard-pharmacy-the-10-most-useful-medicinal-plants-for-your-garden/>. N.d. n.p. Web. 19 Oct 2012. <http://www.badlandstrailrides.com/hiking.htm>. N.d. n.p. Web. 19 Oct 2012. <http://www.badlandstrailrides.com/hiking.htm>. N.d. n.p. Web. 19 Oct 2012. <http://www.brooklynmuseum.org/exhibitions/living_legacies/hide_painting.php>. N.d. n.p. Web. 19 Oct 2012. <http://embdenpond.com/About.htm>. N.d. n.p. Web. 19 Oct 2012. <http://www.etsy.com/listing/80736541/buffalo-hide-print- native-american-style>. N.d. n.p. Web. 19 Oct 2012. <http://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Nez_Perce_Shirt.jpg>. N.d. n.p. Web. 19 Oct 2012. <http://www.firstpeople.us/photographs2/Shoshone-Sun-Dance- Early-1900.html>. N.d. n.p. Web. 19 Oct 2012. <http://franceshunter.wordpress.com/2009/12/08/lewis-clark- among-the-shoshones/>.
  • 12. N.d. n.p. Web. 19 Oct 2012. <http://www.logoi.com/pastimages/shaman.html>.N.d. n.p. Web. 19 Oct 2012. <http://www.liveabsolute.me/2011/05/pictures-of-earth.html>.N.d. n.p. Web. 19 Oct 2012. <http://ndnhistory.com/>.N.d. n.p. Web. 19 Oct 2012. <http://www.old-picture.com/indians/Indian-Tepee.htm>.N.d. n.p. Web. 19 Oct 2012. <http://www.rivertradingpost.com/contemporayplains.htm>.N.d. n.p. Web. 19 Oct 2012. <http://www.snowwowl.com/maps/mapplateau.html>.N.d. n.p. Web. 19 Oct 2012. <http://stitchinguphistory.blogspot.com/2011/07/details-and-tribal-variations-of-two.html>.N.d. n.p. Web. 19 Oct 2012.<http://www.windriverhistory.org/exhibits/washakie_2/photgraphs6.html>.Ryan, Maria, and Linda Schmittroth. Tribes of Native America (Nez Perce). Farmington Hills:Blackbirch Press, 2002. Print.Ryan, Maria, and Linda Schmittroth. Tribes of Native America (Shoshone). Farmington Hills:Blackbirch Press, 2002. Print.

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