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Stephanie Indigenous People Project

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This is my keynote presentation about Native Americans. I did this project during quarter 2 in
social studies. Grade 4 SCIS Pudong Campus.

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Stephanie Indigenous People Project

  1. 1. Native Americans STEPHANIE
  2. 2. CONTENTS Sports Clothing Crafts Food Homes Children Wildlife Family Myths
  3. 3. Sports The Native Americans like to play games. They played a game called lacross. To play lacross you use a stick with a net attached to it and a ball. The Native Americans play with a lot of different cultures . They usually make teams so different people from different cultures can meet different people.
  4. 4. Clothing Women mostly wore knee length deerskin skirts. A traditional outfit is a poncho type dress and pants made from skin of animals. Men mostly wore breechcloths with tight leggings under the breechcloths. Young girls wore breechcloths like there fathers. At age 12 they started to ware buckskin dresses. And the boys wore breechcloths all there lives.
  5. 5. Clothing Women mostly wore knee length deerskin skirts. A traditional outfit is a poncho type dress and pants made from skin of animals. Men mostly wore breechcloths with tight leggings under the breechcloths. Young girls wore breechcloths like there fathers. At age 12 they started to ware buckskin dresses. And the boys wore breechcloths all there lives.
  6. 6. Clothing Women mostly wore knee length deerskin skirts. A traditional outfit is a poncho type dress and pants made from skin of animals. Men mostly wore breechcloths with tight leggings under the breechcloths. Young girls wore breechcloths like there fathers. At age 12 they started to ware buckskin dresses. And the boys wore breechcloths all there lives.
  7. 7. Crafts The Nez Perce women made crafts like cone shaped hats. To make the cone shape hat you have to sew it then you have to sew the decorations on after you have made the hat. The needle is a simple piece of grass. Women also make mens shirts quilled shirt for fishing.
  8. 8. Food There is a group called Navajo. For breakfast they mostly tortillas and mutton stew. The tortilla were served with a meat such as lamb, goat, and sheep. To drink the Navajo drank herb and spice tea, beer, and wine ( plus water). For lunch they ate corn, wheat, and vegetabels which have been grown in back yards.
  9. 9. Homes The home that the Cheyenne people live in are made of wood. They are called domed homes before they moved into the great planes in Colorado.The Nomadic Cheyenne lived in tipis.
  10. 10. Children The children in the group called Seminole usually do chores allot, but they can still play. When boys are young the get taught to hunt by there uncles. Girls learn by there mom’s and grandmas to tend( pick weeds) gardens, sew, and care for the babies.
  11. 11. wildlife Native American wildlife animals are not mean animals like tigers they are nice animals. The Eastern Bluebird, and The Wood Pecker Families. The eastern blue birds fly through North America same with the wood pecker family.
  12. 12. Family The Nez Perce men got married at the age of 14 and the women even younger. To make thanks to the brides family the groom would catch a fish, the bride would give the grooms family beautiful clothing .
  13. 13. Myths The Cheyenne myths explain many things about life. The one about the scared buffalo Hat made the other animals plentiful so that the Cheyenne not starve.
  14. 14. Wars The group called Navajo were fierce warriors. When they got to the desert they fought the Pueblo.The Navajo used war clubs , Tomahawks, spear and bow & arrows. imgres
  15. 15. Native Americans 2005 Evelyn Wolfson Garth Sevens Publishing Cheyenne 2002 Richard M. Ganies Cheyenne 2002 Navajo 2002 ABDO Publising Bibliography Richard M. Ganies Seminole 2002 ABDO publishing Richard M. Ganies ABDO Publising Nez Perce 2002 Comanche 2002 Richard M. Richard M. Ganies Ganies ABDO Publishing ABDO Publishing http://www.google.com/ http://www.nativetech.org/recipes/index.php http://www.wikipedia.com

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