Mr. Estrella
Ecotourism
11,500 BC
Bering Land Bridge
11,500 BC
 Scientific evidence links Native
American populations to Asia
and eastern Siberia
populations. American Indians
resemble...
 1)Paleo-Indians migration, which includes most
Native Americans south of the Canadian border,
commenced around 11500 B.C...
The various
colors show
cultural
similarities.
Different colors
also indicate
that the
languages were
quite different.
Native Americans by Edward
Curtis
Edward Curtis
 The Los Angeles coastal area was first settled by the
Tongva (or Gabrieleños) inland and Chumash on the
coast. Native Am...
•Their language became
extinct during the 1900s
•one of the last Tongva
speakers
Pic taken in 1905
The Chumash are a Native American people who
historically inhabited the central and southern coastal
regions of California...
 Real Wild West - 1of4
 Real Wild West - 3
U.S. Cavalry
Bonanza and Natives
F Troop -Survival of the Fittest 13
F Troop ...
1. Explain how the culture of the Midwestern Indians
can be so different from the culture of the Olmecs.
2. How are Asians...
6. What is your opinion of this picture?
7. What are your
thoughts on these two
pictures?
NATIVE AMERICANS
FIGHTING ILLEGAL
IMMIGRANTS SINCE
1492
8. What are your
thoughts about this
poster?
9. What were 2
indian groups in
L.A.
10. What years did
the first natives
cro...
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  1. 1. Mr. Estrella Ecotourism
  2. 2. 11,500 BC Bering Land Bridge
  3. 3. 11,500 BC
  4. 4.  Scientific evidence links Native American populations to Asia and eastern Siberia populations. American Indians resemble some Asian populations in outward appearance, in the distribution of blood group types, and in genetic composition.  Many scientists believe the indigenous peoples that eventually populated the Americas occurred in three separate migrations.
  5. 5.  1)Paleo-Indians migration, which includes most Native Americans south of the Canadian border, commenced around 11500 B.C..  2)The Na-Dene migration occurred between 10000 B.C. and 8000 B.C.. The Athapascan speaking populations of Canada and the United States belong to this group of migrants. From the Athapascan migrants, the Apache and Navajo reached the southwestern United States between 1300 and 1400 A.D..  3)The third migration around 3000 B.C. included the Aleuts and Eskimos of Alaska, Canada, and the Aleutian Islands. The First Americans
  6. 6. The various colors show cultural similarities. Different colors also indicate that the languages were quite different.
  7. 7. Native Americans by Edward Curtis Edward Curtis
  8. 8.  The Los Angeles coastal area was first settled by the Tongva (or Gabrieleños) inland and Chumash on the coast. Native American tribes thousands of years ago.
  9. 9. •Their language became extinct during the 1900s •one of the last Tongva speakers Pic taken in 1905
  10. 10. The Chumash are a Native American people who historically inhabited the central and southern coastal regions of California, in portions of what is now San Luis Obispo, Santa Barbara, Ventura and Los Angeles counties, extending from Morro Bay in the north to Malibu in the south. They also occupied three of the Channel Islands. Modern place names with Chumash origins include Malibu, Lompoc, Ojai, Pismo Beach, Point Mugu, Port Hueneme, Piru, Lake Castaic, Saticoy, and Simi Valley. Archaeological research demonstrates that they lived along the southern California Coast for millennia.
  11. 11.  Real Wild West - 1of4  Real Wild West - 3 U.S. Cavalry Bonanza and Natives F Troop -Survival of the Fittest 13 F Troop -Survival of the Fittest Part 23
  12. 12. 1. Explain how the culture of the Midwestern Indians can be so different from the culture of the Olmecs. 2. How are Asians related to the indigenous people of the Americas? 3. How would you test if the indigenous people of South America are related to the people of Asia? (your idea) 4. How are the Chumash similar to the Tongva (Gabrielenos) and how are they different? 5. How did the U.S. Cavalry help settle the west?
  13. 13. 6. What is your opinion of this picture?
  14. 14. 7. What are your thoughts on these two pictures? NATIVE AMERICANS FIGHTING ILLEGAL IMMIGRANTS SINCE 1492
  15. 15. 8. What are your thoughts about this poster? 9. What were 2 indian groups in L.A. 10. What years did the first natives cross into North America? How many migrations? 11. What is the name of the land bridge that was used? And why can it not be used today?

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