1) Hopi a) The Hopi people believed in spirits called kachinas b) Historically, the women in Hopi villages had a lot of power. They owned their land and houses. They also made many decisions for the village. c) The Hopi made wampum belts that told stories. d) Men hunt and women rule the home. They believe in 2) Iroquois a) Men hunt and women rule the home. They believe in b) The Iroquois made wampum belts that told stories. c) The Iroquois people believed in spirits called kachinas d) Historically, the women in Cherokee villages had a lot of power. They owned their land and houses. They also made many decisions for the village. 3) Sioux  a) Men hunt and women rule the home. They believe in the Great God.  b) The Sioux people believed in spirits called kachinas c) The Sioux made wampum belts that told stories. d) Historically, the women in Sioux villages had a lot of power. They owned their land and houses. They also made many decisions for the village. 4) Cherokee a) The Cherokee made wampum belts that told stories. b) The Cherokee people believed in spirits called kachinas c) Historically, the women in Cherokee villages had a lot of power. They owned their land and houses. They also made many decisions for the village. d) Men hunt and women rule the home. They believe in 5) Kwakiutl a) Kwakiutl use Totem poles to tell their history of special events. b) The Kwakiutl made wampum belts that told stories. c) Historically, the women in Kwatiutl villages had a lot of power. They owned their land and houses. They also made many decisions for the village. d) Historically, the women in Kwatiuti villages had a lot of power. They owned their land and houses. They also made many decisions for the village.

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