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New York Social Studies 'Content Understandings' Relevant to Woodland Indian Outreach Programs *Highlighted text indicates exact subjects our programs address.
Grade 4: Native American Indians of New York State Native American Indians were the first inhabitants of our local region and State. The Iroquois (Haudenosaunee - People of the Longhouse) and the Algonquian were the early inhabitants of our State. Meeting basic needs - food, clothing, and shelter. Uses of environment and how Native American Indian settlements were influenced by environmental and geographic factors.
Content from: New York State Education Department
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