By Diane Marczely Gimpel
Countless numbers, even millions, of years ahead of Europeans arrived in North the US, American Indians had made their houses right here. those many teams tailored to the various lands and climates of what could later develop into the USA. each one staff constructed its personal tradition and heritage.
When settlers from Britain, France, Spain, and Russia arrived, the rookies interacted with American Indians in numerous methods. a few engaged in exchange, whereas others attempted to enslave American Indian peoples or to take over their territories. Many conflicts arose because the assorted teams fought over land and assets. The colonization in their land replaced the lives of yankee Indians ceaselessly.
Explore the historical past of the numerous American Indian peoples who predated the us. music the real occasions and turning issues that formed their cultures either prior to and after the coming of eu explorers, investors, and colonists.
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1550 1545: A typhus epidemic brought to California by the Europeans kills many thousands of natives. 1560 In general, California tribes did not farm much. Instead, they hunted, fished, and gathered edible plants. The Chumash tied together planks to make boats for fishing and traveling. They lived in cone-shaped houses built of branches in central California and on islands off the coast. Farther inland, Pomo American Indians and other groups gathered acorns to survive. Women would take the kernels out of the acorns, dry them in the sun, and pound them into flour.
1700 1680: The Pueblo people revolt against the Spanish and force the Spanish out of New Mexico. 37 California American Indians Some of the practices of Southwest cultures could be found in the neighboring California culture area to the west. In fact, California natives incorporated elements of all the neighboring cultural areas prior to European contact. For example, American Indians in northwestern California used the trees there to build rectangular houses and to make dugout canoes, much as the American Indians in the Northwest Coastal area did.
48 This Page Left Blank Intentionally Hundreds, even thousands, of years before Europeans arrived in North America, American Indians had made their homes here. These many groups adapted to the varied lands and climates of what would later become the United States. Each group developed its own culture and history. When settlers from Britain, France, Spain, and Russia arrived, the newcomers interacted with American Indians in different ways. Some engaged in trade, while others tried to enslave American Indian peoples or to take over their territories.
A Timeline History of Early American Indian Peoples by Diane Marczely Gimpel