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  • 1. Native Americans The development of a people
  • 2.
    • 1. Poetry
    • 2. Discuss Homework
    • 3. Native American Notes
    • 4. Internet Blog #1
    • 5. Slideshow
    • 6. Native Project (time permitting)
    9/12/2007 Agenda
  • 3.
    • Is the colonization of the Americas more about the discovery of the “New World” or the tragic end of the “Old World?”
    Internet Blog #1
  • 4. I. Migration
    • A. People migrated from current day Russia to North America.
    • B. Traveled over the Beringia, the land bridge of b/w Asia and North America.
    • C. Migratory hunters followed their food source.
  • 5. II. Natural Resources
    • A. Native Americans used the natural resources for food, clothing and shelter.
    • B. Gathered wild plants for food.
    • C. Raised crops like corn.
    • D. Hunted wild game.
    • E. Created towns and villages.
  • 6. III. An Advanced Way of Life
    • A. Natives had clear government structures.
    • B. Networks for trade with Natives and Europeans.
    • C. Rich cultures and traditions.
    • D. Despite this early explorers saw natives as nothing more than “savages.”
    • E. The culture of contact becomes a story of conflict.

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