A Timeline History of Early American Indian Peoples by Diane Marczely Gimpel

By Diane Marczely Gimpel

1000s, even hundreds of thousands, of years sooner than Europeans arrived in North the US, American Indians had made their houses the following. those many teams tailored to the numerous lands and climates of what may later turn into the USA. each one team constructed its personal tradition and background.

When settlers from Britain, France, Spain, and Russia arrived, the beginners interacted with American Indians in several 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 various teams fought over land and assets. The colonization in their land replaced the lives of yank Indians without end.

Explore the background of the numerous American Indian peoples who predated the U.S.. song the real occasions and turning issues that formed their cultures either prior to and after the arriving of ecu explorers, investors, and colonists.

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And Other Questions about the Lewis and Clark Expedition. Minneapolis: Lerner Publications, 2011. Learn about Meriwether Lewis and William Clark’s encounters with American Indians as they ventured through America’s Northwest. com/topics/native-american-history/nativeamerican-cultures This site, from A&E Television Networks, provides information about many historical topics, including the cultures of American Indians. Josephson, Judith Pinkerton. Why Did Cherokees Move West? And Other Questions about the Trail of Tears.

38; © Marilyn Angel Wynn/Nativestock/Getty Images, p. 39; AP Photo/Felicia Fonesca, p. 43. com/fotoMonkee. Main text font set in Caecilia Com 55 Rom 11/16. Typeface provided by Linotype AG. 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.

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. Because California is big and varied, many different native cultures existed there. Most coexisted peacefully. CALIFORNIA AMERICAN INDIANS A group of Chumash American Indians carry a plank canoe from the water. 38 Because the California natives did not record historical information and dates in the same way that Europeans did, this timeline contains the dates from the European record.

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