History 102 HISTORY 102 - 0002
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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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