Body tattooing was common to both genders. The Winnebago’s named themselves the Ho-chunk. The Ho-Chunks are originally from the Illinois and Wisconsin by the Great Lakes. In the 19th century the U.S. government forced the Winnebago and Ho-chunk tribes to move their reservations west of Wisconsin to Minnesota, North Dakota and finally in Nebraska. Through these moves, many tribe members returned to previous homes.
The next migration that took place was in 1815 and 1865 and about three thousand Amish immigrated to the Ohio area, New York, Indiana and then to Illinois. There is about 130,000 Amish living in about twenty states as of 1990. With the Old Order Amish Mennonites that is from the North America, these people are Germanic. The Amish, the Mennonites and the Hutterites, believe in the Anabaptist group that persisted from their beliefs for more than three centuries. They also believe in baptism and pacifism, they stay very strict with the religious
Penney goes to state that “although there were many who condemned the use of alcohol in the fur trade, and still today, it was part and parcel of the business in Minnesota during the 1830s.” (pg. 118) For the Indians in the Dakota region, smoking pipes and and tobacco played a pivotal role in their social and religious agendas. Some of their religious rituals actually required the usage of smoking tobacco. The Ghost Dance took place during the late 1880’s and 1890’s, which promised a way life that consisted of an abundance of buffalo’s and “no-whites” (North American Indian Art pg.112). A traditional Arapho Ghost Dance dress displays crows that were considered messengers, magpies who were the guardian spirits, the Arapho cedar tree and turtle that were part of their origins.
He was a doctor, she was a Sunday school teacher. That year they placed their mission with the Cayuse tribe near Fort Walla Walla. Other missionaries, Henry and Eliza Hart Spalding placed a mission 125 miles away with the Nez Percés tribe. The Whitmans thrived at first, but over the next decade, the Cayuse knew the missionaries brought more Whites and diseases with them. In 1847, the Cayuse attacked the mission, killing the Whitemans and other Whites.
A Brief History of Saskatchewan First Nations Tribes Saskatchewan as a geographical area was over time home to many indigenous cultures. Social and environmental conditions forced human migrations across the Americas. The three main tribes were the Cree, Assiniboine, and the Saulteaux (Curtis xi). The Cree were split in two tribes, the Plains Cree and the Woods Cree. The Saulteaux tribe was also referred to as Plains Ojibwa (Curtis xii).
I am from a small farming community in southern Indiana, Ellettsville. Ellettsville is located 50 miles south of the state capitol, Indianapolis, and 8 miles West of Indiana University. Ellettsville was founded by limestone merchants in 1837; Edward Ellett was the very first limestone merchant to become established. Due to this heritage the town motto is “Builders of American History”, due to the amount of limestone that has been shipped from the town all over the United States used in many structures. In the 2010 census, the population of Ellettsville was 6378.
HRM EXPERIENCE: LEARN ABOUT UNIONS Valerie Lieber MGT 2500 Human Resource Management February 20, 2015 The United Steelworkers This is the largest industrial union in North America with 1.2 million members and retirees. On March 7, 1937 the union signed its first contract with Carnegie-Illinois Steel for $5 a day wage and benefits. In October of 1946 the steelworkers in Hamilton, Ontario won a historic strike for union recognition at Steel Company of Canada. In April 2005 they had more than 850,000 active members in over 8,000 bargaining units in the United States, Canada, and the Caribbean. They are the dominate union in paper, forestry products, steel, aluminum, tire and rubber, mining, glass, chemicals, petroleum and other basic resource
The Blackfeet Indians were Algonquian-speaking tribe of the Northern Great Plains. The Blackfeet migrated to their homeland from the east, after having separated from other Algonquians. The Blackfoot Confederacy was once so powerful that they controlled a huge expanse of the Northwestern high plains, from the North Saskatchewan River in what is now Alberta all the way to the upper Missouri river in Montana, flanked on the West by the Rocky Mountains. “Members of the Blackfoot Confederacy included three sub-tribes or bands, the Blackfoot proper (or Siksika, meaning “those with black eyed moccasins” in Algonquian), the blood (or Kainah, meaning “blood,” so named because they painted their bodies with red clay), and the Piegan (or Pigunni, meaning “poorly dressed”), plus the Gros Ventre and Sarcee” (Waldman34). All three of the Blackfeet bands plus the Gros Ventre and Sarcee were Algonquian speaking peoples.
A study has done by Daes (1996) states that Australia indigenous people had spoken by more than 250 languages. Most of them were come from many European countries. Many of languages already have extinct. Now a day, about fifteen languages still being spoken by Australian aboriginal but English is become now main language among them. In addition, aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people are living in main cities, regional, remote, and very remote area.
The initial Enga tribe was located north and east of the southern highlands in rugged terrain of Panguna, New Guinea. There are several thousand communities located in the country. They have stayed in this area all of their lives. This providence is approximately the size of California, about 462,840 sq km (US Department of State, 2010, October 8, Geography). The estimated population in 2008 was 6.5 million, with a growth rate of 2% between 2005 – 2010.