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History 102

by: Katelyn Burkett

History 102 HISTORY 102 - 0002

Katelyn Burkett
Edinboro University of Pennsylvania
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This is notes dealing with Chapter one and the first week of lecture. It is about Native Americans.
U.S. History Since 1877
Rebecca Davis
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This 1 page Class Notes was uploaded by Katelyn Burkett on Saturday February 13, 2016. The Class Notes belongs to HISTORY 102 - 0002 at Edinboro University of Pennsylvania taught by Rebecca Davis in Winter 2016. Since its upload, it has received 12 views. For similar materials see U.S. History Since 1877 in History at Edinboro University of Pennsylvania.

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Date Created: 02/13/16
History Notes Native Americans 1)Eastern Forest A. 100 degrees West 2)Darwin- Evolution Speculation A. Northern culture- Hunting dependent B. Southern culture- agriculture (corn, beans, squash) a. Agriculture- 5-10 years crops dry out then people move b. Females deal with earth/planting/ceremonies *Hearth- were food gets cooked -women have a say; men focus on hunting -women/children focus on agriculture 3)Hunting A. “animal master”- Gods who controlled animals a. Gods have rules men must follow the rules b. Animals will not die if other wise 4)Present World vs. Underworld A. Magic places were 3 world intersect is Indian term for Sipapu a. *Sipapu- were a person eats of fast to connect with animal instruction (religion experience b. They receive instructions from animal master 5)“Animism” A. Latin for animal spirit; everything has a spirit and must be respected and follow rules before killing 6) Property A. Indian concept- This was foreign the agricultural people move place to place a. Will go to war but do not believe in killing people b. Symbolic warfare- stealing enemies possessions this would result in some killing B. Western Concept- More property= more power c. Women become property to produce children d. Property is passed down to children e. In the 15-16 century westerns see Indians as evil souls (the wilderness is the devil’s realm)


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