The Cherokee<br />of the Southeast Woodlands<br />
Table of Contents<br /> Southeast Woodlands ……………………………………………………….. Page 2<br /> Cherokee Food…………………………………………………………………… P...
Southeast Woodlands<br />In the  Southeast near the Smokey Mountains there is beautiful land. A lot of that beautiful land...
Cherokee Food<br />	The Cherokee had a grand amount of delicious food. They grew food in their garden, hunted deer and bea...
Homes of the Cherokee<br />	The Cherokee tribe mostly had log cabins but some houses were made out of woven river cane. Un...
Clothes of the Cherokee<br />     The Cherokee wore deer and bear skin clothing, but after the settlers came they traded a...
Farming<br />	The Cherokee say the Great Spirit gave them their wonderful land. Because they always had a lot to do they s...
Glossary<br />Crops: A plant grown in large amounts, usually for food<br />Garden: A place where flowers, vegetables,  and...
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The Cherokee

  1. 1. The Cherokee<br />of the Southeast Woodlands<br />
  2. 2. Table of Contents<br /> Southeast Woodlands ……………………………………………………….. Page 2<br /> Cherokee Food…………………………………………………………………… Page 3<br /> Homes of the Cherokee……………………………………………………… Page 4<br /> Cloths of the Cherokee………………………………………………………. Page 5<br /> Farming……………………………………………………………………………… Page 6<br /> Glossary…………………………………………………………………………….. Page 7<br />1<br />
  3. 3. Southeast Woodlands<br />In the Southeast near the Smokey Mountains there is beautiful land. A lot of that beautiful land is the forest. The temperature and amount of rain there is just right so the area is good for crops and since the soil is so good you could grow many gardens. This gorgeous land is filled with streams, valleys, and fields. There are also many extremely tall mountains. One of the tribes that lived in this wonderful land is the Cherokee! <br />Pictures of the Southeast Woodlands<br />2<br />
  4. 4. Cherokee Food<br /> The Cherokee had a grand amount of delicious food. They grew food in their garden, hunted deer and bear in the forests, and speared fish in the rivers and streams. Some of the things they grew in their gardens were beans, squash, corn, and gourds. Sometimes they even hollowed out the gourds for storage. Also when they had to they ate nuts.<br />squash<br />corn<br />3<br />
  5. 5. Homes of the Cherokee<br /> The Cherokee tribe mostly had log cabins but some houses were made out of woven river cane. Unlike some other tribes the Cherokee had warmth for the winter. They had a fire place and a chimney. Some other houses had rounded roofs and were made of mud, there not many of those. Also, usually families and relatives lived together.<br />4<br />Cherokee Homes<br />
  6. 6. Clothes of the Cherokee<br /> The Cherokee wore deer and bear skin clothing, but after the settlers came they traded and got cloth. With the cloth they made skirts that went down to their ankles for the girls, long trousers for the men, and button up shirts for both of them. The Cherokee had many accessories, they beaded their own jewelry and wore a lot of it. Sometimes they wore scarves as belts. Also the chiefs wore headdresses and at festivals most people wore coyotes fur as hats.<br />5<br />
  7. 7. Farming<br /> The Cherokee say the Great Spirit gave them their wonderful land. Because they always had a lot to do they shared all the work. They made all the supplies they needed for farming. Cherokee children went to school, they were also one of the smartest tribes so they knew how to work the machines when the settlers came along. In 1770 the Cherokee had 22,000 cattle, 7,600 horses,46,000 pigs, and 2,500 sheep. Thy also had 2,943 plows, and 172 wagons.<br />A farm<br />6<br />
  8. 8. Glossary<br />Crops: A plant grown in large amounts, usually for food<br />Garden: A place where flowers, vegetables, and shrubs are grown <br />Headdresses: A covering, often decorative, for the head <br />Hollowed: If you hollow something out you take it’s insides out<br />Plows: A piece of farm equipment pulled by an animal or tractor and used to turn over soil before plants are planted<br />Relatives: A member of a family<br />Settlers: A group of people who go to another place to live<br />Supplies: To provide something that is needed or wanted<br />Temperature: The degree of heat or cold in something; usually measured by a thermometer<br />Tribe: A group of people who share the same ancestors, customs, and laws<br />Trousers: Another word for pants<br />7<br />
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