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Native American Notes #1

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Native American Notes #1 HIST 329 001

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These notes will cover: Gender Roles Hunting tools and strategies The 3 Sisters
Native American History
Professor Margo Lambert
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This 2 page Class Notes was uploaded by Zaire Notetaker on Saturday March 5, 2016. The Class Notes belongs to HIST 329 001 at University of Cincinnati taught by Professor Margo Lambert in Spring 2016. Since its upload, it has received 15 views. For similar materials see Native American History in History at University of Cincinnati.


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Date Created: 03/05/16
Native American History Notes Gender Roles  Most of the men did all the hunting  Women did most of the gathering o The gatherers were respected because that was there food source of the hunting did not go well o The biggest thing they gathered was the acorn  Women were respected due to the fact that they give birth to babies  According to creation stories, men and women were brought up equally to make or create peace in the world Hunting  Native Americans hunted very huge animals during the Ice Age o These animals died out  Some scientist say the Native Americans over hunted them  Other scientist say that climate change was the reason these animals died out  Native Americans used different weapons and strategies to hunt their food o Spears o Traps o Arrows o Head-Smashed for Buffalo  The Native Americans would surround the buffalo at the edge of a cliff until the buffalo falls into the ground The 3 Sisters  Corn o This food would be used for starch  Beans o This food would be used for protein  Squash o This food would be used for their main vegetable These foods were believe to accomplish all your nutrient needs for the body


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