Unformatted text preview: 1. Women were the head of the house. a. Farming b. Taught the children arts and crafts c. Cooked and cleaned D . They lived in well put together villages. 1. Homes were made with there bare hand. a. Homes made of tree barks, weeds and grass b. The chief's home was built on a platform. c. Thatch and bark strips and mud are the materials being used. III. With all that was given to the Cherokee, they taught themselves how to survive. A . The location of the tribes changed their whole life style especially after the fur trade. 1. Before the fur trade, The Indians worked very hard and they took advantage all there resources. 2. They new how to hunt for game, which they used for food and fur. IV. Conclusion: Without all the resources and the help from the Europeans and the Spaniards the Cherokee Indians may have lived a not so great life. V. Source: Blankenship, Bob. “Background of the Cherokee Indiana”, The Cherokee Nation;1999...
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- Native Americans in the United States, Sequoyah, Cherokee Indians, John Ross, Muscogee