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

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