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2011-08-23 20:13:56
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8th grade Native Americans
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Cherokee, Creek, and Seminole
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  1. Mainly lived in Northewestern GA.
    Cherokee
  2. Controlled area of land that include much of the American Southeast.
    Cherokee
  3. Green corn festival honored Selu, the corn mother.
    Cherokee
  4. Language unlike anything spoken by other Indians.
    Cherokee
  5. Every person played an important role.
    Cherokee
  6. Wemon responsible for farming and homes. Men hunted.
    Cherokee
  7. Wemon could own land inherited from mothers.
    Cherokee
  8. Independent towns.
    Cherokee
  9. Two Chiefs:
    Red chief for war
    White chief for peace.
    Cherokee
  10. Both mena and wemon amke descions.
    Cherokee
  11. More aggresive
    Cherokee
  12. Not as willing to except white men.
    Cherokee
  13. Built similar houses
    Organized towns the same
    Used similar hunting and farming techniques.
    Cherokee, Creek
  14. Green Corn Ceremony
    Cherokee, Creek
  15. Mississippian ansestry.
    All 3
  16. Similar towns.
    All 3
  17. Confederacies
    All 3
  18. Speak same languages.
    Creek, Seminole
  19. towns lead by chiefs.
    Creek, Seminole
  20. broke off the creek
    Seminole
  21. Mixure of creek and yamasi.
    Seminole
  22. Located in Morthern Florida and Southern GA.
    Seminole
  23. Other native american tribes and escaped slaves made up much of population.
    Seminole
  24. 1700s traded with europeans for cloth, tools, weapons, and other goods.
    Seminole
  25. Contorlled most of the center of the state.
    Creek
  26. Had no written record s of earliest history.
    Creek
  27. arrived in GA from the west.
    Creek
  28. Eventually setteld in the Southeast.
    Creek
  29. Lower: Chatahoochee, ocumlgee, and flint rivers.
    Upper: Coosa tallapoosa and alabama rivers.
    Creek
  30. Chokafa- a community house where everyone meet at during the cold months.
    Creek
  31. More Docile
    Creek

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