The First Americans – Native Americans
Native American tribes are believed to have originated when they crossed over the “land bridge” that once extended between Asia and Alaska over 12,000 years ago.
Weather and natural resources were the basis of their lifestyle, and a majority were hunter-gatherers with fishing as an essential food staple.
Different tribes had different types of homes. In some cases, they would build a wig-wam, which is a kind of shelter made of sticks and logs that are covered with grass.
The Northwest Native American tribes are believed to have originated when they crossed over the “land bridge” that once extended betweenRead More
The Plains Native Americans of the early 15th century were mainly settled farmers and hunters, around 1100 CE. They lived in the areaRead More
The Native Americans that became those of the “Far West” involved many different cultures. Weather and natural resources were the basisRead More
The Northeast Woodlands Native Indians cover the areas of the First Nation bands that lived in the Midwestern states of the U.S.Read More
The Native Indians known as the Southeast Woodlands were in what are currently the states of Alabama, Louisiana, GeorgiaRead More