Lacking conventional tools, or metal, they used the materials available to them and employed a high degree of ingenuity in devising methods for catching or killing fish and game. The Europeans were impressed especially, with their fishing techniques, which proved much more effective in the shallow sounds surrounding Roanoke Island than those employed by Ralegh's colonists. For the most part, the Indians caught their fish in net-like obstructions called weirs, which they placed across streams or channels in much the same way as modern pound-netters catch the seasonal runs of striped bass or shad. The weirs were made of reeds, woven or tied together, and anchored to the bottom by poles stuck into the sand.
After years in the dark, Navajo Nation homes get electricity
Sexual and Gender Diversity in Native America and the Pacific Islands (U.S. National Park Service)
For Many Navajos, Getting Hooked Up To The Power Grid Can Be Life-Changing
Native American Displacement Long ago on the great plains, the buffalo roamed and the Native Americans lived amongst each other. They were able to move freely across the lands until the white men came and concentrated them into certain areas. Today there are more than five-hundred different tribes with different beliefs and history.
Little did Barrie know, however, that the princess of Neverland would prove harder to pin down than Hook, the Lost Boys or even Peter Pan. A female leader in a fairy tale land or a symbol of an old and rooted racism? Barrie invented her with popular adventure stories in mind, penny dreadfuls that treated Native Americans fancifully, to say the least.