Many thousands of years before Christopher Columbus’ ships landed in the Bahamas, a different group of people discovered America: the nomadic ancestors of modern Native Americans who hiked over a “land bridge” from Asia to what is now Alaska more than 12,000 years ago.
Some tribes specialized in hunting and trapping, fishing, gathering or farming according to their area and resources. Aboriginal peoples are known to have been very resourceful and have survived on the great history of hunting and gathering.
Fishing and hunting were important activities for Native Americans. As was the case with most other American Indians, they have relied to a great degree on bows and arrows for hunting. From the beginning, Native American peoples had many ways of getting food, the techniques usually depended on their tribe and area. The methods include hunting, trapping, fishing, gathering and farming.
Primarily the males would go out to hunt and the women would then clean the animal, prepare it for cooking, storing, and for other resources. With all animals, aboriginal people would use the animal for not only food but for things like clothing, weapons, tools and other useful objects.
Native American people were very in touch or in tune with nature, and spirit was very important to them. Native American Symbols provide people with a fun and interesting story of life, spirit, and of course nature.
With the films about Indian life I have watched and with an understanding of their cultural history, I portrayed the model the hunter is a Native Americans riding a horse on a green field and preparing to shoot arrows to hunt. I designed 3d popup cards with native Americans riding black horses, he wears yellow fur pants, a red fur hat on the head, the tipis appears and disappears far away.
The model popup card was produced by hand-assembled from small pieces of paper to build up the symbol of the strong native Americans is one of the greeting cards for those who study the history of indigenous Native American culture.
Each pack include Popup greeting card, Thank you and meaning; Wishing note paper; yellow emulsion Envelope, Poly bag to cover and protect all.
The greeting pop-up card simulates the nomadic life of the Native Americans, you can give it to anyone who loves free life, traditional culture of Native Americans, it is also suitable as a learning tool for students in a history lecture.
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Resources and References: tribaltradeco.com; history.com