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Modern Seminole religious beliefs are a combination of indigenous religion and Christianity. Some Seminole religious beliefs include the Green Corn Ceremony and the Stomp Dance. In the Green Corn Ceremony, the Seminoles ... More »

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After migrating to North America around 11,000 years ago, Native Americans grew corn, maize, beans and squash. They hunted, built homes out of branches and animal skins, practiced tribal religions, enjoyed music and danc... More »

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Many white reformers believed that Native Americans should assimilate into white culture by giving up their own cultures and traditions. This goal was largely accomplished by the forced removal of Native American childre... More »

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The British tried to enslave Native Americans when they came to the New World as well as convert them to Christianity. This is similar to the treatment that they received from the Spaniards. More »

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The Hopi Native Americans are a tribe of agricultural people who live primarily in Arizona and the Southwest United States. With thousands of years of history, the Hopi are one of the oldest living cultures in the world ... More »

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