The History of Native Americans

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The History of Native Americans

Natural foods were consumed and hunted. Deer, buffalo, fish, and various birds were the game of choice. Corn, beans, squash, berries, nuts, and melons were the fruits and vegetables that were consumed. Berries were also often used as a natural dye for fabrics.

The Native American Indians were forced out of their homeland, prompting such legendary stories as the Trail of Tears. Eventually many simply adopted the European way of dress and even religion, with many Indians converting over to Christianity.

The Native American Indians are an important part of the culture of the United States. While their people have lived on this land for thousands of years, today their number dwindle.

The History of Native Americans

An Indian tribe dancing around a fire for a tribal tradition.

The men were hunters, warriors, and protectors, while the women tended to the children, their homes, and farmed. It depended on the tribe when it came to artwork. In some tribes, the men would actually weave baskets and blankets.

Tipi of a Native American.


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