CHRISTOPHER COLUMBUS AND THE AMERINDIANS

CHRISTOPHER COLUMBUS AND THE AMERINDIANS
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  • THE SIOUX, WARRIOR TRIBE IN AMERICA
  • In the discovery of America, the settlers found a variety of tribes
  • Christopher Columbus Was a navigator, cartographer, admiral, viceroy and governor general of the West Indies in the service of the Crown of Castile.
  • The Sioux lived in North Dakota and they were hunters and nomads
  • The settlers saw an aggressive and wild tribe
  • This tribe did not build good houses. The Sioux did not harvest  The tribe only ate buffalo meat and drank water
  • When the bufallo move they also did it The buffalo's skin is a warm coat for them
  • When a buffalo dies, the skin serves to set fire and the bones are dangerous weapons
  • The settlers removed this tribe from North Dakota because there is gold and it is called the fountain of youth by the big rivers and their animals
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