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    The importance of the Algonquian native american tribe in the Eastern Great Lakes Region is essential in understanding the region’s political reasoning, this can be understood in the article The Significance of Algonquian Kinship Networks in the Eastern Great Lakes Region, 1600-1701 by Heidi Bohaker, a professor who resides at University of Toronto . The purpose of this comes from an event that occurred in the summer of 1701, author states “the twelve hundred French residents of Montreal played host to some thirteen hundred Native American visitors…” (Bohaker,pg.23) The reasoning behind this was to create a peace treaty, to end conflict with the Iroquois Confederacy. This event is important to remember because the Algonquins were one of many North American native tribes to have the French as allies. From this moment on, the reader will discover the characteristics the tribe had and the significance.…

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    Native American Migration

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    Alabama, Mississippi and Florida. Lastly were the Iroquois which controlled the Great Lakes region and created a federation. Some more notable groups were the Plains Indians which lived off buffalo and housed in small groups. The Pueblo Indians lived in the US Southwest, they were farmers and created cultivating villages. They were distinguished in three groups, Zuni, Hopi, and Navajo. The first official English voyage into North America was led by John Cabot in the year 1495. The English were…

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    Ikwe: Film Analysis

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    When he came to the film, it was clear to see that it 's the Algonquians focused on survival. The menfolk used on the hunting and gathering wall of the womenfolk used one the food processing. In an early scene of the movie it displayed the women processing the food. They wear matching red berries against fabric for the purpose of eating, along with preparing the meat to be cooked .The Algonquian and also worked on but tentacle skills at the very end of the movie when everyone in the tribe became…

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    of the English colonists at Jamestown. While the Powhatan people adapted and integrated parts of their culture with the English culture, their views remained distinct and were misunderstood by the English. Some cultural integration occurred, for example Powhatan children were taught English, largely with the hope they could convert others to Christianity. Overwhelmingly, the Powhatans took only what they felt was beneficial from English culture, like technology, and ignored or resisted cultural…

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    didn’t like the Protestant church is back home. When I was in England I heard about a group of people who called themselves the Puritans. They were a group who also believed that the Protestant Church was not complete and was corrupt just like the Catholics. The Puritans wanted to clean up the church and society, and believed that they could make a change within the community by modeling the right way to live life. I decided to join them, but I still didn’t like living in such a corrupt society.…

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    gay or transgender can be target consumer specific product that can helps businesses increase their market share. Business will have a competitive advantage to adapt to diversity as Census data suggest by 2050 there will be no racial or ethnic majority in the United States. Diversity is a key aspect of entrepreneurialism in the United States. According to Census Bureau, 22.1% people of color and 28.8% women own U.S. business. The economy will foster if businesses commit to meeting the needs…

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    The phrase “low expectations” usually has a negative connotation. This makes sense, because people have associated low expectations with unhappiness and failure. This is not always the case, however; sometimes having low expectations can be viewed as pleasant and helpful, whereas having high expectations can cause disappointment. Even William Shakespeare once said that expectations are the root of heartache. Lowering expectations can positively impact happiness by changing one’s outlook on life,…

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    Many times, I have looked through the mirror, and said “I need to become more.” These words are not because of lack of confidence, but because with my background, I have learned that there is a need to love oneself to love others. I want to be the type of person people look up to, a person of action and a keeper of words. I have analyzed who I am, and how much work I need to do. “It is too late to change my past; therefore, I will strive to become a better individual by not committing the same…

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    As soon as we came to this earth, we were all born equal because we were all innocent at the time. We had no sense of the world or the people around us in those first moments in the delivery room. Throughout the years of living, we began to develop an identity when we are exposed to a culture. Socialization is important to us because it helps shape one’s personality. Even though our genes give us a certain type of personality, the socialization process is what helps us form as a person in a…

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