View in National Archives Catalog. The pictures listed in this leaflet portray Native Americans, their homes and activities. All of the pictures described in the list are either photographs or copies of artworks. Any item not identified as an artwork is a photograph. Whenever available, the name of the photographer or artist and the date of the item have been given.
The American Indians were the tribes that have lived in what is now North America for thousands of years, long before Europeans arrived. The American Indians of the Great Plains were some of the most resourceful people in the world. They hunted buffalo, and used their hides and bones to make almost everything they needed, from clothes to buildings. Because they were such amazing hunters, they had enough time to do things not imperative to survival. The Great Plains Indians painted and made jewelry with beads. They made and traded bags. They even made and played musical instruments. Although the Great Plains Indians eventually traded with the Spanish and other Europeans, they lived for many thousands of years without contact with European countries.
Some Native Americans in the United States have had difficulty with the use of alcohol. A survey of death certificates from showed that deaths among Native Americans due to alcohol are about four times as common as in the general US population and are often due to traffic collisions and liver disease with homicide , suicide , and falls also contributing. Native American and Native Alaskan youth are far more likely to experiment with alcohol at a younger age than non-Native youth. Historically, those Native American tribes who manufactured alcoholic drinks used them and other mind-altering substances in ritual settings and rarely for personal enjoyment, therefore alcohol dependence was largely unknown when European contact was made. Pre-Columbian Native Americans fermented starchy seeds and roots as well as fruits from both wild and domesticated plants. Before contact, Native Americans used mind-altering substances to communicate with the spirit world, and intoxication was "associated with a quest for enlightenment , powers of healing, and the facilitation of war-making. Pre-Columbian Native Americans in Mexico and Central America prepared over forty different alcoholic beverages from a variety of plants and plant extracts. Traditional drinks made from fermented corn or corn flour include tejuino , pozol , chicha or chicha de jora , and pox. Evidence from Puerto Escondido dating to the formative stage of the Olmec Culture BC indicates that a weak alcoholic beverage was made from fermented cacao pulp and stored in pottery containers. For at least 1, years the indigenous peoples of the Central Highlands of Mexico have brewed pulque Nahuatl : ometochtli or octli from the fermented sap of the maguey agave plant.
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