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  • Each tribe has their own heritage, customs, values, shelters, and foods.\n
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  • Native Americans Introduction

    1. 1. Native Americans by Ms. Engelhard 8/11/10
    2. 2. What does “NativeAmerican” mean?The name describes the people who lived in America whenChristopher Columbus arrived.
    3. 3. There were over 600 tribes at the time.
    4. 4. To help us remember them, we are going todivide them into 8 regions.
    5. 5. The Inuit of the Arctic
    6. 6. The Tlingit of the Northwest
    7. 7. The Nez Perce of the Plateau
    8. 8. The Maidu of California
    9. 9. The Sioux of the Plains
    10. 10. The Navajo of the Southwest
    11. 11. The Iroquois of the Northeast
    12. 12. The Seminole of the Southeast
    13. 13. Native Americans are still here today.
    14. 14. Native Americans are still here today.
    15. 15. Native Americans are still here today.
    16. 16. Native Americans are still here today.
    17. 17. Numbers Today Million Native AmericansTribes:
    18. 18. Numbers Today2.5 Million Native Americans Tribes:
    19. 19. Numbers Today2.5 Million Native Americans Tribes: 500
    20. 20. They live inthe United States and Canada.
    21. 21. They live incities, suburbs, and rural areas.
    22. 22. Less than 1/2 live on reservations.
    23. 23. Many live simply topreserve the land.
    24. 24. Although many embrace the culture of society, theytake great pride in tradition.
    25. 25. We will learn moreabout them in the weeks to come.
    26. 26. Please e-mail me threethings you learned. Write in complete sentences.

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