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  • In my cultural Identity project I researched my culture Native American.
  • In other words, when there weren't stores to buy things like clothing or things like pots, they used the resources around them to help make life easier.
  • “Almost all Indigenous groups made baskets that they used to store and carry food. Indigenous people also wove fibers into mats and wall coverings, articles of clothing such as hats and sandals, and fish traps.” (“Indigenous Peoples of The Americas”).
  • The Native American culture also gets some of its inspiration of arts and crafts from the Aztecs. According to World Book, “Indigenous craft workers usually combined painting with other arts. For example, much pottery of the Indigenous peoples of the Southwest and of the Aztec, Maya, and Inca had painted designs.” (“Indigenous Peoples of The Americas”).
  • This quote explains how the Aztec and Mayan culture is closely related to Native American culture from arts and crafts. This aspect of cultural identity impacts the population’s world view because it shows how different cultures can be connected through different things like how The Aztec and Mayan culture is connected to the Native American culture by arts and crafts.
  • Another aspect of culture that impacts The native Americans worldview is spiritual value. Spiritual values in the native american are different from others because they focus on everyone in the community and doing it by celebrating together. For example Native American tribes did not think of “religion” as a distinct element of their larger life as a culture and community. Instead, they thought of all of life—every task, every ceremony, every community gathering, every relationship with humans and non-human things—as part of a larger sacred story.” (“Native American History”).
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