Cherokee people also grew and ate a lot of sweet potatoes and peanuts. drawing
of men broiling fish ... More about Native American Food · Native Americans
The Cherokee Indians consumed meat from hunting, such as wild turkeys and
deer, as well as grains like corn. Cherokee women did the majority of the farming
Traditionally, people of the Cherokee Nation enjoyed a staple food diet that
included the "three sisters," or corn, beans, potatoes and squash. Meat staples of
Prior to European contact, the Cherokees occupied lands in the American
Southeast that included parts of present-day ... What Did the Lakota Indians Eat?
What did they eat? The Cherokee lived off a combination of farming, hunting, and
gathering. They farmed vegetables such as corn, squash, and beans.
... impact on the health and disease progression among Native American
communities. ... In this booklet you will find information on several foods
Cherokees call their .... This plant is hard to find but it does grow in the same
place each year.
Covers Cherokee tribes in Oklahoma and North Carolina, with facts about
Cherokee Indian food, clothing, houses, villages ... They also gathered berries,
nuts and fruit to eat. ... What other Native Americans did the Cherokee tribe
The Cherokee Indians were a very large Native American tribe that originally
settled in ... The men would hunt, fight when necessary, and make political
decisions ... Cherokee men did not wear much other then simple loin cloths made
of deer ...
How did Native Americans get food for their families in the days before
supermarkets? ... ducks, and dogs, and most tribes did not eat dog meat (
although some did.) ... who were expert farmers included the Hopi, Navajo, and
Cherokee Tribe; Dressing; Family and Marriage Life; House and Food; Village
and Tools ... The rivers gave them fish to eat, fresh water to drink, and bathe.