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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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Many Native Americans live on reservations located in several of the Southwestern and Midwestern states. Some Natives, however, have fully integrated into contemporary American society and live in metropolitan cities. More »

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In the past, Native Americans communicated in three different ways. Although the tribes varied, they all used some form of spoken language, pictographs and sign language. More »

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Different Native American tribes lived in different types of homes, such as wigwams, longhouses and chickees. The homes were designed to fit the lifestyle and climate of a specific tribe, which varied depending on the re... More »

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Four famous Native Americans are Jim Thorpe, Maria Tallchief, Wilma Mankiller and Louise Erdrich. Other famous Native Americans include Chief Dan George, Jay Silverheels, Shania Twain, Sherman Alexie, Buffy Sainte-Marie ... More »

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