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Mississippian Food And Clothing
Transcript of Mississippian Food And Clothing
THe boys would have to wear a skirt.
Their emperor would wear different clothing so that The Mississippians could identify them. By: Yasmin Nazer The Mississippians Food The Three sisters: corn, beans, and squash.
They used them because they were the three easiest foods to grow.
The Mississippians made the three sisters one of their most common meals. Clothing The Mississippians clothing looked a bit different than other tribes clothing.
The reason for this is because they lived closer to animals, so they had more of a mix. Here is a comparison: Contents Food
Works Cited Topics: Food and Clothing
Questions: How did the Mississippians evolve around The Three Sisters? Why did the Mississippians clothing look different than other woodland tribes? Mississippians Other Tribes Emperor Works Cited "Missouri" Britannica Student Encyclopedia. Encyclopedia Britannica Online School Edition. Encyclopedia Britannica, inc., 2013. Web. 21th Apr. 2013
"Native Americans: Prehistoric: Mississippian: Economy: Clothing" Museum Link Illinois. N.P, N.D. Web. 21st April 2013 <http://www.museum.state.il.us/muslink/nat_amer/pre/htmls/m_clothing.html>
Native Americans: Prehistoric: Mississippian: Economy: Food" Museum Link Illinois. N.P, N.D. Web. 21st April 2013 <http://www.museum.state.il.us/muslink/nat_amer/pre/htmls/m_food.html>
Hart, John P. Evolving The Three Sisters. N.P: N.P, 2012. Print