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Native American and
Colonial Culture from
    1600 to 1800!



              Click here for
              Final Jeopardy
Women’s      Men’s
                          Food       Land       Culture
 Roles       Roles
                        Start
10 Point    10 Point    10 Point    10 Point    10 Point


20 Points   20 Points   20 Points   20 Points   20 Points


30 Points   30 Points   30 Points   30 Points   30 Points


40 Points   40 Points   40 Points   40 Points   40 Points


50 Points   50 Points   50 Points   50 Points   50 Points
Cooking Food
  A woman’s
responsibility in
   the home
Women in both
 cultures were
responsible for
      this.
Taking care of the
    children
Women in Native
Culture also were
 responsible for
 this part of the
       diet
Growing crops
Women in Colonial
 culture could not
      do this.
Vote or own land
(except for some
widows inheriting
   husbands
   property)
Women made up a
council in this tribe
 that decided when
 and if to go to war
The Iroquois
   Men in both
cultures provided
   this to their
     families
Fresh Meat!
   School was
 provided only to
boys in this culture
Colonial!
 Hunting, fishing,
 and making tools
for these activities
were part of what
      cultures
Both Colonial and
     Native!
Men were able to
do this in colonial
  culture while
  women were
  generally not
Write!
   Men in both
cultures took long
  trips to do this
Hunting and war
Native Americans
     grew…
Corn, beans, and
    squash
Colonials learned to
 grow… from the
 Native Americans
The Three Sisters!
Colonials also grew
  what crop that
   makes flour
Wheat!
The Colombian
   Exchange
  involved…
 European import         of
 plants such as potatoes and
the American import of new
animals such as horses, pigs,
          and cows.
Colonists brought over
what animals to the new
        world
Pigs, horses, and cows
     Land was
  something to be
owned and used as
 a resource in this
      culture
Colonial
  The land was
Sacred, meaning…
what to this culture
     Intimately
   connected to
religion for Native
    Americans
Personal property
  and land is a
  concept more
important to this
     culture
Colonials!
   Immigrants
  arriving from
Europe had much
more of this… after
     arriving
Land and Freedom!
Two different ways
 that each culture
viewed land were…
   Sacred to be
preserved for the
Natives and a gift
to be used for the
    Colonials
 Men were always
   in charge of
government in this
      culture
Colonial!
  A group of people
 in a town, tribe, or
   city that have a
common values and
customs is called….
A Culture!
   People were often
 married at the age of
13 after puberty in this
       culture…
Native
 The film showed a
 particular attitude
 about life from the
Native Americans that
can be summed up in
     one word….
Honor!
  The United States
 Constitution with its
emphasis on a “Balance
    of power” was
  influenced by this
confederation of tribes.
The Iroquois!
Make your wager
     This signer of both the
  Declaration of Independence
  and the Constitution studied
 the Native American Culture
 extensively. These changes to
     the Constitution have
influenced our lives extensively.
Ben Franklin!!

				
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