Designed to meet the state standards of Alabama, these lessons are historically specific to the Indian heritage of the Warrior Mountains of North Alabama and are written from an Indian perspective.Beads - They also used beads as money. ... The purple beads were the most valuable because they were harder to get. ... How many of you have thought about wearing jewelry or having tattoos? ... Body Paint - Sometimes Cherokee Indians would paint their faces and bodies for different reasons such as battle or a cause ofanbsp;...
|Title||:||Warrior Mountains Indian Heritage - Teacher's Edition|
|Author||:||Rickey Butch Walker|
|Publisher||:||Heart of Dixie Publishing - 2008-12-01|