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US History: Native Americans and the first settlements

Notions for The New World Native Americans Origin of Native Americans Nearly one-third of Native American genes come from west Eurasian people linked to the Middle East and Europe, rather than entirely from East Asians as previously thought, according to a newly sequenced genome. Native peoples of North and South America descended from ancestors who arrived via land bridges from East Asia, possibly in a single migration. Different tribes and their way of life The men were hunt...

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Native Americans

¤ over 500 nations/tribes ¤ closeness to nature ¤ europeans came for the free land ¤ less civilized ¤ they lived in teepee's ¤ they hunted buffalos for food, clothing BERENGIA- Land Bridge connecting Asia (Siberia) to Alaska 1500 km wide North to South 65 000 B.P (before the present) rised out of the sea to 40 000 B.P a wave when people came from west. 36 000-32 000 B.P arrived p...

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The Navajo People

The Navajo Indians largely resides in New Mexico and Arizona. They originally began their tribes in the 1500's and are considered to be the largest tribe of all Native American Indians. The Navajo region focuses more on land then on people . According to Navajo beliefs land is holy and it is the Job of every man to protect and preserve it. The Navajo religion tells of a time when the Creator developed a sacred land between 4 mountains. It is said that the Creator gave the Navajo people the instructions to never go past these mountains. The Navajos have never stopped speaking their native Athabask...

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Powerpoint teemal Native Americans

b Falling sea levels created the Bering land bridge that joined Siberia to Alaska, which began about 60,000­25,000 years ago. The indigenous peoples of the Americas are the pre Columbian inhabitants of North and South America, their descendants and other ethnic groups who are identified with those peoples. There are over 500 recognized native...

Ameerika ühiskond ja kultuur - Keskkool
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Navajo people - clothing

NAVAJO PEOPLE CLOTHING Clothing · Navajo clothing for both men and women initially was deerskin for shirts and skirts. · The men later wore cotton or velvet shirts with no collars, breeches below the knee, and moccasins. · Women gradually wore the "squaw dress," made of plain dark blankets Men · After the 1800's the Navajo men borrowed the style of the Mexicans and wore blankets d...

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Retelling the Aboriginal people

The daily life and religious beliefs of Aborigines are best described in their paintings. Natural medicines from plants and roots were used to cure illnesses and the healing of the spirit was more important than the healing of the body. 6. European settlers Contact with British settlers began in 1788. The British, thinking that their culture was superior (parim), tried to impose (peale suruda) it on the native Aborigines. The settlers exploited (kurjalt kasutama) the traditional hunting lands of the Aborigines by intensive, large-scale agriculture, sheep herding and cutting down the forests. As a result of contact with European settlers many of the Aborigines died from diseases and illnesses. 7. Aborigines today In 1900 some autonomy was regained and aboriginal property rights were recognized. Improved living conditions in modern times have increas...

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The people of the America

I-LI IS, GRETE JA MA RTIN K. KOOSTASID: MA R IN THE BEGINNING. • WHEN COLUMBUS DISCOVERED AMERICA, THERE WAS ABOUT 10 MILLION NATIVE AMERICANS. • NEXT 200 YEARS, PEOPLE OF SEVERAL COUNTRIES SAILED ACROSS THE ATLANTIC OCEAN TO SETTLE AMERICA, WHICH WAS CALLED ‘’THE NEW WORLD’’. • PEOLE TOOK AWAY NATIVE AMERICAN’S LAND AND BROUGHT ILLNESSES THAT THEY COULDN’T SURVIVE. IRISH IN 18TH AND 19TH CENTURIES. • AMERICA WAS DREAM TO MANY IRISH. • FIRST PEOPLE WHO CAME TO AMERICA WERE MAINLY EDUCATED PEOPLE. • BELIVED THAT AMERICA WAS RICH LAND FULL OF OPP...

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Inglise keele variandid (Varieties of English)

This is the optimum for educational purposes. The standard varieties of English are: BrEng (British), EngEng (English), NAmEng (North-America), USEng (United States), CanEng (Canada), AusEng (Australia), NZEng (New Zealand). Standard English (British English) is the most widely accepted and understood among native speakers, learned by foreigners. It is used in broadcasting, TV, news etc. It doesn't concern pronounciation (accent), but grammar and vocabulary. It includes formal and informal styles. British Standard English grammar and vocabulary, together with the RP accent should be called English English. RP (Received Pronounciation) is an accent that originates from South-East of England. A social accent, associated only with England. 12-15% of n...

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Jamaica Presentation

JAMAICA The english speaking country · Jamaica is an island country situated in the Caribbean Sea, consisting of the third-largest island of the Greater Antilles (*The Greater Antilles is a grouping of the larger islands in the Caribbean Sea). · The flag consists of a gold saltire, which divides the flag into four sections: two of them green (top and bottom) and two black (ho...

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Australia.

It consists of a shield containing the badges of six Australian states, enclosed by an ermine border. The shield is a symbol for the federation of the states, which took place in 1901. The crest, which is above the shield, is a seven-pointed gold star on a blue and gold wreath. The seven points of the star represent exactly the same thing that they do on the flag. The supporters of the shield are native Australian animals: the red kangaroo and the emu. Usually the coat of arms is depicted on the background of sprays of golden wattle with a scroll beneath it containing the word `Australia'. Australia's national anthem is `Advance Australia Fair', which replaced `God Save the Queen' in 1984. It was written by a Scottish-born composer, Peter Dodds McCormick. The unofficial anthem of Australia is `Waltzing Matilda'. It tells a story ab...

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Sissejuhatus Sotsiaalantropoloogiasse - konspekt

Sissejuhatus Sotsiaalantropoloogiasse Konspekt Katre Kikkas, Sotsioloogia, Sotsiaaltöö ja Sotsiaalpoliitika I kursus KULTUUR JA INIMESED Kultuur ei tähenda antropoloogias kunsti jms. See eeldab pigem õpitud kogemusi. Uuritakse inimeste käitumist. Kultuuri de...

Antropoloogia - Tartu Ülikool
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English portfolio

He regarded the Russian central government as the main anti-German ally. The prevailing national-romantic tendency in Estonian art and literature was based on the ideas of the Enlightenment and idealised `ancient non-stratified' society. Patriotic poems and songs extolled the beauty of Estonian nature and expressed ardent love for the native soil. Inspired by the folklore of the neighbouring Finns, a `picture of the ancient Estonian world' was constructed. Historical fiction sang high praises of the times of past freedom, and an image of 700 hundred years of slavery was implanted in the nation's memory. Estonian societies, choirs and orchestras were established in parishes. The money-raising operation which began in Viljandimaa turned into an all-Estonian mass organisation with...

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Links between Estonia and English speaking countries

It is one of the official languages of the United Nations. According to research by the British Council, around 375 million people in the world speak English as their native language and English has official or special status in at least seventy-five countries. The British Council has also noted that English is the main language of newspapers, airports and air-traffic control, international business and academic conferences, science, technology, diplomacy and sport. Perhaps even more important contributor to the dominant role of the English language in the world is that over two-thirds of the world's scientists ar...

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Canada

There are many ways of defining the Aboriginal population, which can result in different estimates of its size. There is no single or "correct" definition and the choice of a definition depends on the purpose for which it is to be used. The First nations are Indians, Metis and Inuits, but the term Indian is called inappropriate, so now they are called the Native peoples . There are also legal terms for them and it applies to a native person who is registered under the Indian Act and it means that they are entitled to free medical care, education and training. Some of them, whose ancestors signed treaties also receive a small amount of money. Metis are the people who are half indigenous and half other race, the came from the marriages between different races. They have good traditions and a dance c...

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Tennessee

In 1796, it became the sixteenth state to join the Union. The capital city is Nashville, and the largest city is Memphis. Tennessee has 95 counties. The earliest variant of the name that became Tennessee was recorded by Captain Juan Pardo, the Spanish explorer, in 1567 while traveling inland from South Carolina. History The...

Inglise keel - Keskkool
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Michelangelo

Later, during the prolonged illness and after the death of his mother, he lived as a stonecutter and his wife and family in the town of Settignano where his father owned a marble quarry and a small farm. Michelangelo once said to the biographer of artists Giorgio Vasari, "What little good I have within me came from the pure air of your native Arezzo and the chisels and hammers." Michelangelo's desire to become an artist was initially opposed by his father. After a period of grammatics studies with the humanist Francesco da Urbino, Michelangelo continued his apprenticeship in painting with Domenico Ghirlandaio and in sculpture with Bertoldo di Giovanni. Michelangelo's father managed to persuade Ghirlandaio to pay the young artist, which was unheard of at the time. In fact, most ap...

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Stonehenge kromlehh

Stonehenge Hort 4000 Mary Laine What is Stonehenge? Derived from words that mean hanging stones, circle of stones, or stone hinges 162 stones originally and about half remain today Southern England, eight miles north of Salisbury and 30 miles north of the English Channel Nearby hillsides are covered with hundreds of bu...

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Stilistika loeng

Pyrrhic Alliteration Asyndeton Rhythmic invers. Assonance Apokoinu Run-on line Rhyme: Gap-sentence link Stanza: Full Framing Heroic couplet Incomplete Anadiplosis...

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Austraalia referaat inglise keeles

The real desert occupies the centre of the Western Plateau. In the very southwest there are thin forests of evergreen trees. Plants A rich variety of plant can be found in the natural landscapes of Australia. A lot of species can be found in wet tropical forests in the north and in temperate rainforests in the south. The biggest family of the native plants is the myrties. They include more than 500 species of eucalyptus, or gum trees. Only the big river red gum is seen everywhere. These can be found beside rivers and dry riverbeds. Some gum trees are valuable timber species and have been cut down for many years. Gum tree leaves are full of oils, which evaporate easily. That why the Blue Mountains are called like that, because the evaporateing eucalypt oils, which make the air blue....

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Kanada referaat

Its capital is Ottowa and other main cities are Toronto, Montreal and Vancouver. Almost 75 % of canadians lives within 300 kilometer of the USA border, because the climate is softer in the South. 89 % of Canada is almost unhabited. Its official languages are English and French, but many other languages are spoken too. Like Italian, Chinese, German, Polish, Ukrainian, Dutch and Creek. There are also many native languages such as Algonquian. Most of the canadian's speak English (67 %), but French is very largely spoken too (26 % of the canadians). Canada is based on recognizing the cultural diversity of different nations living in Canada. All the communities living on the country are encouraged to remember their origins and hold their own ethnic events and national festivals. Cultural diversity makes Canada even more interesting. There a...

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