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Standard 8.1.CC

8.1.CC Analyze the changes and continuities of the Native Americans experiences prior to and as a result of settlement and colonization.

Grade(s): 6, 7, 8

Subject(s): Social Studies

Year: 2020

Type
Lesson 10 - Indians | Sandlapper's Corner
Lesson 10 - Indians | Sandlapper's Corner

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A tourist in Cherokee, NC is taking his daughters' picture with an "Indian Chief" who is wearing a feather headdress and is standing in front of a teepee. A Cherokee girl passes them and tells about...
Carolina Indians  | Palmetto Special
Carolina Indians | Palmetto Special

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The lesson consists of the host and three students visiting Keowee-Toxaway State Park in Pickens County. The story of the Cherokee is told there through drawings and artifacts in a series of display...
Cherokees | Palmetto Heritage
Cherokees | Palmetto Heritage

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The story of the Cherokees is told through scenes from "lJnto These Hills" the outdoor drama in Cherokee, North Carolina that depicts the story of the Cherokees. The video centers around an Indian...
The Trail of Tears | Periscope
The Trail of Tears | Periscope

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The Cherokee are the largest tribe in the United States. They have also suffered some of the greatest losses in history of the United States. At one time, "Cherokee country" stretched from the...
Chicora | Periscope
Chicora | Periscope

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The Chicora were traditionally a coastal tribe living near Pawleys Island, South Carolina. They grew corn, tobacco and beans in their gardens and domesticated animals like deer and chickens. Because...
Edisto | Periscope
Edisto | Periscope

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Native Americans have lived near the Edisto River for over 400 years. The Edisto Indians were originally known as the Natchez Kusso (Nah-chez Koo-so). The Natchez Kusso were a mixture of tribes. The...
The First South Carolinians | Periscope
The First South Carolinians | Periscope

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Recently, Native American history in South Carolina has been in the national spotlight. At an archaelogical dig in Allendale, archaeolists found artifacts -- sharpened stone blades, hammer heads, and...
Tradition and The Snowbird | Periscope
Tradition and The Snowbird | Periscope

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Over 500 Cherokee now live on tribal lands that make up the Snowbird Community. Tribal lands, or reservations, are protected for use by Native Americans. The Snowbird Cherokee have kept much of their...
Chapter 3: The Snowbird Cherokee | Periscope
Chapter 3: The Snowbird Cherokee | Periscope

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Only a few Cherokee escaped the Indian Removal Act. Those who remained found safe hiding places in the remote mountains and valleys of Appalachia. Today, the Snowbird community is home to many...
Cherokee Government, Trade & More | Periscope
Cherokee Government, Trade & More | Periscope

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The Cherokee had a system of government, trade and a religious order. The Cherokee also had a capital city. In the 1700s, the capital of the Cherokee tribe was Echota, which means "a peaceful place."...