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The culture I decided to choose for this research topic is Native
Americans. Native Americans were discovered nearly twelve-thousand years ago,
which believed there nomadic ancestors traveled the “land-bridge”. About fifty
million Native Americans were living in the land that we call america and
slowly scattered south and east.  Some cultural groups include; The
Arctic, the
Southeast, and the Great Basin.  In the Arctic many Native Americans spoke
Eskimo-Aleut languages and Athabascan and were known as the
Eskimos.  They lived in igloos and tents, and they were able to eat from
fishing and plants that grew in seasons. As for the Southeast, they covered
more of the gulf of mexico region. They were known as the “five civilised
tribes” which were named Cherokee, Chickasaw, Choctaw, Creek and Seminole. They
lived in the River Valley while speaking their languages which included:
Siouan, Algonquian, Caddoan, Uto-Aztecan and Athabaskan. They lived in Asi
Wattle and Daub houses, as they had hunters that helped them survive and equip
them with food. The Great Basin lived in the desert lands and brakes
waters/lakes. They were known as the Bannock, Paiute and Ute while speaking
Shoshonean and Uto-Aztecan (Numic). They build and lived in wigwams and
wickiups which are made of willow branches and covered with branches. One of
their most contemporary issue they faced was the Trail of Tears. White
Americans feared of them so they stared to remove them from their current
locations to migrate elsewhere. This all started with Andrew Jackson as the
term they used “Indian Removal”. In 1831 he signed the Indian Removal Act and
by the 1840’s thousands of Native Americans were removed from there land.

 They were forced to move across the mississippi the to Indian territory.

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By 1907 Oklahoma became a State and the Indian territory no longer existed.