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Southwest Native American

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Transcript of Southwest Native American

Iroquois:
The dream catcher
Afterlife
This is what the Creek indian tribe ate:
Corn
Beans
Squash
Meat from cows, horses, fish, deer, wild turkeys and pigs
Cornbread
Soups
Stews
People of the Southwest
Southwest Native American
By: Native American Girls

Iroquois Ate:
Corn
Porridge
Beans
Vegetables
Dried kernels
Puddings
Squashes
Pumpkins
Hickory nuts
Butternuts
Chestnuts
Acorns
What did the Navajo Eat???
The Navajo are natives of the Four Corners region (Arizona, New Mexico, Utah, and Colorado). The Navajo people are still living in their traditional territory today.
WHERE DID THE NAVAJO LIVE
Almost all Navajo people speak English today, but nearly 150,000 Navajos also speak their native Navajo language.
WHAT LANGUAGE DID THE NAVAJO SPEAK.
Creek Ate:
Navajo
Creek
Iroquois
Where the Creek Lived
The indian tribe, Creek, lived in Georgia, Alabama, and Florida at first. Then they were forced to move to Oklahoma.
Bibliography
http://www.davemcgary.com/southwest-native-american-tribes.htm
http://www.indians.org/articles/navajo-indians.html
http://www.forsyth.k12.ga.us/cms/lib3/GA01000373/Centricity/Domain/94/documents/creek.htm#food
http://www.mrvanduyne.com/longhouse/food.htm
http://prezi.com/evzhonw36b4c/creek-indians/
http://prezi.com/sxqauki5qzlu/the-creek-indian-tribe/
http://prezi.com/9kmogqer7zne/copy-of-the-creek-indians-also-known-as-the-muscogee-indians/
http://prezi.com/cnuy--3oe9kd/the-iroquois-indians/
http://www.native-languages.org/iroquois_words.htm
http://www.navajobusiness.com/fastFacts/Culture2.htm
http://prezi.com/nxsflgwbtpzk/the-creek-tribe/
http://prezi.com/ln9ziko9dkgv/the-iroquois-tribe/
http://www.everyculture.com/North-America/Iroquois-Religion-and-Expressive-Culture.html
PAY
ATTENTION
TO THE PRESENTATION Because You Might Get A Dream Catcher Bracelet

NAVAJO
CREEK
IROQUOIS
prairie dogs
pumpkins

rabbit jacks

rabbits cottontail

rats wood

squash

yucca fruit


acorns
antelope
beans
native cedar berries
corn
deer
elk
grapes
juniper berries
mescal agave
squash
yucca fruit
If you'd like to know an easy Navajo word, "yá'át'ééh" (sounds a little like yah-ah-t-ay) means "hello" in Navajo.
Navajo is pronounced "NAH-vuh-ho."
Berries
Several kinds of roots
Meat
Rabbits, birds, and several more small animals
Bears and deer

The Creek's Language
The Creek's used to speak their own language, Muskogee, but, now they speak English like us. Here's a word in their language Hesci (pronounced heese-chee) it means hello and here's another word mvto which means thank you and is pronounced muh-toh.
Where did the Iroquois Indians Live?
The Iroquoians used to live in New York but, then were forced to go live in Oklahoma.
Iroquois Language
The Iroquoians have 5 languages and these are the 5 languages, Cayuga, Mohawk, Oneida, Seneca, and Tuscarora.
The Word Being Translated is...
Five
Wisk
Wisk
Wisk
Wis
Hwihs
Cayuga
Mohawk
Oneida
Seneca
Tuscarora
Believes of the Tribes
Navajo:
Thunder storm represents male rain and the female rain is gentle with a soothing effect
The flat boards of a wooden cradle will give babies strength
Creek:
Their religion was Esaugetu Emissee (Master of Breath) the supreme being
Worshiped animal spirits
Grab a piece of paper and write down your answers to these questions
What are some examples of the food that the tribes ate? At least 4 examples for 1 tribe.
What is a word in one of the tribes languages? You will not be graded on spelling.
What do the Iroquoians believe in?
What does a thunder storm mean for the Navajo?
How is the female rain described?
What did the Creek tribe worship?
Where did the Creek live at first before they were forced to move to Oklahoma?
Where did the Iroquoians live before they were forced to move to Oklahoma?
How do you write the word five in one of the languges of the Iroquois?
Which tribe believed that the flat boards of a wooden cradle would give babies strength?
mountain sheep
pinion nuts
potatoes wild
prairie dogs
pumpkins
rabbit jacks
rabbits cottontail
rats wood
P.S. Mrs. Broz can compete
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