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Southeastern Native Americans
Transcript of Southeastern Native Americans
The location of the southeastern tribes is in 12 different states. Consisting of; Virginia, West Virginia, Kentucky, North Carolina, South Carolina, Georgia, Florida, Tennessee, Arkansas, Mississippi, Louisiana, and Alabama. This is in the lower eastern side of The United States.
Most of the tools and weapons from them were made of ox bone, wood, and rocks. They used knives to cut their food and to do things like hunt. The way they made them was by using ox bone as the handle and then they used things like sharp rocks and twigs, tied them together and that was a knife. Tools like shovels were used very often since they farmed. Made the same way a knife was just different rock, in order to use it as a shovel.
Climate In Region
Since this is the southern states it is hot. This made it harder to do things like hunt. Reasons being, it was hard to run and chase down an animal and the drag it back home. Walking in the heat also made doing things like get water hard. Many men had trouble with heat strokes and heart failure due to this intense heat.
There were many different tribes in the southeastern region, but the biggest ones were Cherokee, Choctaw, and Creek. They all have different languages, although the three are all still based off English. The only major difference in the three is their religion. The Cherokee people did things