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History of the Americas
Ohio As America Lesson 3.3
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What are the three sisters
maize (corn), beans, and squash
Why were the three sisters important to early Ohio Native Americans?
They allowed them to grow more food and then have more people
What was the result of more people in tribes?
They began to fight over limited resources.
What was the result of more fighting between Native Americans?
Tribes broke into smaller groups and developed their own culture. Trade between groups decreased.
What did the Europeans bring with them when they first arrived that had a negative effect on Native Americans?
They brought diseases like smallpox
Why did diseases hurt Native Americans more than Europeans?
Europeans had built up a resistance to them.
What was the effect of the diseases on Native American populations?
Nine out of ten Native Americans ended up dying.
What did the Europeans get from trade with Native Americans in the Ohio country?
They got furs. Especially beaver fur.
What did Native Americans get from trade with Europoeans?
They got things like metal tools, firearms, and whiskey.
Why did the Iroquois come to Ohio?
They were expanding their hunting grounds.
What were the battles between the Iroquois and the Ohio tribes called?
The Beaver Wars
The Great Lakes eventually came together to form the __________________________________ to fight against the Iroquois.
Why are these tribes called "Historical Native Americans" or "Historical American Indians."
There are written records and stories about them.
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