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The History of the Apalachee Indians

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The History of the Apalachee Indians
https://teacher.ocps.net/stephen.chambers/resources/tribes/apalachee.html

http://kids.britannica.com/comptons/art-137355/A-Spanish-missionary-preaches-to-Indians-at-a-California-mission

http://www.notablebiographies.com/De-Du/de-Soto-Hernando.html#b

http://floridafist.blogspot.com/2012_07_01_archive.html

http://www.old-picture.com/indians/Indian-Chief-with-War-Bonnet.htm

http://www.epodunk.com/cgi-bin/genInfo.php?locIndex=8672

https://familysearch.org/learn/wiki/en/Rapides_Parish,_Louisiana

http://www.genealogy3.com/Louisiana/Rapides/index.php

http://deaddrops.com/french-is-on/french-flag/

http://www.keepcalmandposters.com/poster/keep-calm-and-cite-your-sources

http://www.warpaths2peacepipes.com/native-american-indians/great-plains-indians.htm
Picture Sources
1600
The Apalachee indians are subdued and missionized by the spanish

At least 5,000 Appalachians converted to Catholicism



1528
Hernando De Soto leads expeditions
into Apalachee Territory
1539
Panfilo De Narvaez leads a group of european explorers to make contact with the Apalachees.

(He was also looking for gold)
Side Note: He Was the man
who was tossed of his boat
into the Mississippi river.
The Apalachee tribe was led by a chief, called the holahta in the Apalachee language. This chief was chosen by a tribal council made up of all the important men in the tribe. Although he was the leader of the tribe, the Apalachee chief still needed to listen to the opinions of the tribal council otherwise they might choose a new chief. The apalachee as you see had a very well run tribe similar to our government.
How was the Apalachees community organized?
Website Sources
http://www.bigorrin.org/apalachee_kids.htm
By: Joshua Asprodites
Mrs. Millers U.S. History
April 1st
1600
1650
1760
1700
1540
1525
1647
The Apalachee revolt against the spanish missionaries in present day Leon County, Florida.

This Changed the
relationship between Spain and the Apalachee and Spain started using them as slaves.
1704
The Apalachee accept an offer from the french to move into their territory
1763
Most of the indians relocate to Rapides Parish in Louisiana

http://fcit.usf.edu/florida/lessons/apalach/apalach1.htm


http://www.sonoma.edu/users/w/wallsd/on-the-naming-of-appalachia.shtml
Apalachee Indians and Food
~The Apalachee grew corn, beans and squash near present day Tennessee

~Men hunted dear wild turkey and small game and fished in small rivers along the coast

~They also ate berries nuts and fruit

~Their dishes consisted of corn bread, soups and stews
https://teacher.ocps.net/stephen.chambers/resources/tribes/apalachee.html
Apalachee Clothing
Apalachee men wore breechcloths while the women wore wraparound skirts made of woven fibers.

Shirts were not necessary but during colder times they would wear cloaks.

They would also wear moccasins on their feet and DID NOT wear headdresses.

Apalachee Housing
Who were the Apalachee?
The Apalachee were a group of Native Americans that lived in Florida however throughout time they ended up moving to Louisiana. They were first encountered by spanish explorers in the 16th century,
now here is a quick video.
What was life like for the Apalachee?
Life was good for the Apalachee indians they had a good government, clothes, food and housing.
They were
considered
very powerful
by the Spanish
and other
tribes
http://www.native-languages.org/apalachee_culture.htm
Modern Apalachee
The modern Apalachee live in Louisiana. They are led by a woman named Gilmer Bennett. There are around
300 of them and
they are called the Apalachee nation.
The Apalachee live in rivercane huts. Their huts were latched with palmetto or bark.

Some Apalachee had a special ball playing field with benches.

Modern Apalachee live in apartments or houses.
Table of Contents
1 Who were the Apalachee?
2 Apalachee Video
3 Timeline
4 What was life like?
5 Apalachee Housing
6 Apalachee Food
7 Apalachee Community
8 Apalachee Clothing
9 Men's Roles
10 Women's Roles
11 How did the Children live?
12 Modern Apalachee

Apalachee Children
The Apalachee
childen did many
things we would do today. They played
ball games, helped with chores, and would even play with toys
and dolls for
fun.

Men Roles:
Women's Roles:
~ Child Care
~Cooking
~Farming
~Social Activities
(Storytelling, Medicine)
~Personal Activities
(Painting, Singing)
~Hunting
~Fighting
~Defending
~Social Activities
(Storytelling, Medicine)
~Personal Activities
(Painting, Singing)
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