Homeland: Homeland


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Homeland:

  • Homeland:

    • Along the Catawba River in [modern-day] North & South Carolina
    • Built wooden houses with treebark siding
    • Lived in villages of about 100 people
  • Language: Siouan



Economy:

  • Economy:

    • Women farmed the land along the riverbank
    • Men hunted game and fought with other tribes
  • Current Status:



Create a defining map about the Catawba Tribe [in your notes]

  • Create a defining map about the Catawba Tribe [in your notes]



Homelands:

  • Homelands:

    • Along numerous rivers in [modern-day] North Carolina
    • Lived in small villages near the rivers
  • Language: Iroquoian

  • Economy:



War:

  • War:

    • Early contact with Europeans led to trade, but European trespassing soon led to conflict
    • In 1711, an unannounced European expedition marched through Tuscarora land and was ambushed
      • 130 colonists were killed, and the Tuscarora War began
    • The North Carolinians defeated the Tuscarora in 1713, and the Tuscarora were invited to join the Iroquois in northern PA and NY


Create a describing map about the Tuscarora tribe

  • Create a describing map about the Tuscarora tribe



Homelands: Mountains of North Carolina, Tennessee, & Georgia

  • Homelands: Mountains of North Carolina, Tennessee, & Georgia

    • Originally the Great Lakes, but moved southeast after being defeated by other tribes
  • Language: Iroquoian



Economy:

  • Economy:

    • Women farmed corn, beans, & tobacco
    • Men hunted game, fished, and fought other tribes and then colonists
  • Conflict:

    • Allied with the British during the American Revolution, and kept fighting the U.S. until 1794


Special Notes:

  • Special Notes:

    • Largest & most powerful tribe in the Southeast
    • Adapted much of white culture: plowing, animal husbandry, produced cotton & wool, slavery


Special Notes (cont’d)

  • Special Notes (cont’d)

    • A Cherokee named Sequoyah created a written alphabet, and the Cherokee developed their own constitution


At present, they are the largest remaining Indian group in the U.S., with over 281,000 claiming Cherokee heritage

    • At present, they are the largest remaining Indian group in the U.S., with over 281,000 claiming Cherokee heritage


Create a 3-part Venn Diagram that compares & contrasts the 3 tribes

  • Create a 3-part Venn Diagram that compares & contrasts the 3 tribes




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