History Mind map - The USA (Buffalo (Flesh (either eaten raw, or boiled,…
History Mind map - The USA
American civil war-
Goldminers- Towns benifited from this and the money from it helped to creat the railroad. saddly th enative american population was wiped out. murder, prostitution, gambling and racism were common. disease spread like wildfire.
Mormons- The mormons were a group of persecuted christians. People didn't like how they worked. In Ohio they began a bank; this bank was used by both mormons and non-mormons. the Bank collapsed and non-mormans were angry.
In missouri they tried to free slaves. an extermination order was passed and they had to leave. illinois- they began to build a church and that scared non mormons. they were attacked and killed.
Attacking- Young braves would pretend to be wolves and then chase the buffalo of a cliff. the other way they did it was by riding along side and shoot at the buffalo. this was dangerous and didn't work very well.
Finding the buffalo- Theindians could go without hunting as long as they had buffolo meat. Sometimes young braves would occasionaly travel to try and find the buffole. If that didn't work they would try to contact the spirits through the buffalo dance.
Sun dance - Young men sometimes offered themselves for the sun dance if there family is ill. this would consist of them being hoisted up by pieces of would attached to their chest
Animal power- They believed that certain animals help power. They would look into the blood of a dead badger to find out if they would die young or old. they would use them in the pursuit of romance. horned toad were looked for as they believed that they would show them the way to the buffalo.
Medicine men- Medicine men interpreted visions from the spirits for the tribe. Medicine men were called upon to advise the elder council and cure the sick members of the tribe. They used the power of the animal world to heal people.
either eaten raw, or boiled, roastedor dried
Hair brushes and food
Used to stuff pillows cushions and saddles
Blankets, saddle covers and gloves
head-dresses, spoons, cups, and powder flasks. Hooves were used for glue.
shoulder blades and bones
Hoes, knifes, sledge runners. skull used for decoration
tipis, clothes bags for carrying belongings, harnessess and shields