Creek and Cherokees
Trees and rivers
had a father who was an English trader and her mother was a Creek
Spoke 6 languages
married John Musgrove
Both a and c
They got most of the things they needed from Europeans.
They got most of the things they needed from the environment around them which were natural resources.
They went to towns and bought most of the things they needed from stores.
They went on the Internet and bought them with their credit cards.
They bartered and traded with other villages, tribes, and some Europeans.
They went to other villages and stole them.
There was a flood that washed many villages away.
The soil was no longer good for farming, and the land was no longer good for hunting
The Europeans wanted it for themselves, so they forced the Cherokees and Creeks to leave.
Corn, beans, and squash
Tobacco, peanuts, and peaches
Indigo, beets, and cabbage
Peas, tomatoes, and corn
Cows, pigs, and sheep
Squirrels, chipmunks, and lizards
Deer, rabbits, and bison
Snakes, rabbits, and fish
Plants and animals
They did not have any medicine.
Ground up shells and rocks