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  • Spring Bread Dance and closed with the Fall Bread Dance.Some Shawnee groups had a Green Corn Dance

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  • TheShawnee
    An overview of their daily life
  • A Shawnee village
  • Sounds you might hear in a Shawnee village.
  • Shawnee houses
    The Shawnee lived in wigwams, but each Shawnee village had a larger council house built from wood. Today, Shawnee live in regular houses and apartments.
  • Chief Tecumseh Tippecanoe
    Famous Shawnee leaders
    Chief Cornstalk War of 1766
    1768-1813
    1720-1777
  • Shawnee dancer
    Shawnee dances were very religious and were to honor their spirits. There ritual year started with the spring bread dance and closed with the fall bread dance. Some Shawnee groups had a green corn dance.
  • Shawnee weapons
    Shawnee warriors used bows and arrows, stone tomahawks, war clubs and spears.
  • Shawnee clothing
  • Shawnee map
    The Shawnee lived in Ohio, Indiana and Kentucky. Today they live in Oklahoma.
  • Shawnee fisherman used spears and nets. The Shawnee did not have guns like in the picture, or like the Iroquois. They hunted in small groups of 2 or 3.
    Shawnee hunting
  • The Shawnee ate deer, bear, bison meat, raccoon, rabbit, squirrel, muskrat, woodchuck, turkey, duck, geese, grouse, partridge, seagulls, snakes, and eels. If they had to, they would also eat pigeon. From farming they would raise maize, beans, squashes, pumpkins, melons, and wild fruit like berries and nuts.
    Shawnee food
  • Shawnee transportationwrong right
  • THE END