The Native Americans of the Southeastern Region included those in South Carolina. These Native Americans were adapted to a warm climate and were permanent settlers of the region. This lesson explores the connection that Southeastern Native Americans had with the Native Americans of the Eastern Woodlands Region.
Other Instructional Materials or Notes:
Computer/tablets with internet access - software that incorporates pictures, text, and sound.
- Promethean Board
- Teacher-created PowerPoint, Southeastern Native Americans
- Primary source copies
- Digital photographs, see Florence Museum Artifacts Images
- Primary source questioning sheets
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