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Links 1 through 10 of 177 by Christy Keeler tagged Lifestyles

This is a PBS series that a teacher can use to show portions for background building or for visual learning. The series focuses on different eras of African life in America beginning with the first arrival in the Americas. The series includes materials, video, and pictures which integrate with lessons on these topics.

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This is actually an "online class" provided by the National Parks System. It includes key points and objectives designed to lead students to an understanding of African American culture and contributions. There are excellent pages on "Module One" which define African cultural heritage within distinct regions, and provide specfic examples of daily life and first person narratives.

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University of Tennessee Exhibit on the history of the Cherokee Indians including the early encounters between them and Hernando de Soto and their participation in the Trail of Tears.

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The daily life of a Native American Woman is described, with photos attached. Each picture has a brief description of some of the daily tasks the women had and discussed how the Anglo culture viewed them.

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This website is an excellent personal narrative selection. It is very descriptive in a first person point of view. Fantastic tool for writing personal narratives, expressive writing, and culture.

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A more detailed analysis of the variation in theologies found between cultural groups in North America. Excellent source for teachers wishing to delve more into this aspect of Indigenous cultures from North America.

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This website describes how and why Native American women made baskets. It also includes games and lessons that can be used for elementary school children.

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There were an estimated 18 million Native Americans living north of Mexico at the beginning of the European invasion. Prior to the arrival of the Europeans, American Indians were remarkably free of serious diseases. People did not often die from diseases. As the European explorers and colonists began to arrive, this changed and the consequences were disastrous for Native American people. The death tolls from the newly introduced European diseases often reached 80-90 percent. Entire groups of people vanished before the tidal wave of disease.

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This site has a wonderful selection of short videos that describe different areas of native American life. It is worth the time to shift through the various videos and enjoy the culture.

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