The hunting & gathering techniques & gender roles of the Sioux & Navajo Indian tribes.
The fertile land and bountiful game made this the ideal environment. Although there were tribes throughout the years, however, their populations as a whole remained quite modest; only 1,023,000 Native Americans were living North of Mexico when the first of the “white men” came (The International History Project). Although all Native Americans do share much in common, as mentioned, different tribes did develop differing ideologies, rituals, and cultural specifics. They are, also, were known