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What’s In a Name?. THE HOPEWELLS. First Native American group to settle in area Lived from 500 B.C. to 400 A.D. Known for their manmade earthen structures; MOUNDS 1. 2. 3. Known as the Mound Builders. European Influence.

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THE HOPEWELLS

  • First Native American group to settle in area
  • Lived from 500 B.C. to 400 A.D.
  • Known for their manmade earthen structures; MOUNDS 1. 2. 3.
  • Known as the Mound Builders
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European Influence

  • Hernando De Soto •Discovers Mississippi River for Europeans (1541) •Names it “El Rio de Esipirtu Sancto”-The River of the Holy Spirit
  • Louis Jolliet & Father Jacques Marquette•travel from French Canada down Mississippi

•stopped somewhere in Arkansas

      • Piasa Legend
  • Robert Cavelier Suier De La Salle & Henri De Tonty •1682, explored the Mississippi River from Canada and travelled to Gulf of Mexico•claimed Missisippi for French
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The Sioux

  • The Sioux named many of the geographical landmarks we know today
  • Ne-tongo Big River (Mississippi)
  • Ne- Shodse Muddy River (Missouri)
  • Ne- Osho Main River
  • Ne- Ska White River
  • Ne- Braska Flat River
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The Algonquin

  • We use the Algonquin language and Algonquin names
  • Missi Sipi Big River
  • Missi Souri Big Boat (Missouri)
  • Mer Mac Ugly Fish (Meremac)
  • Misi Gan Big Lake
  • Chicago story
catholic missions turned cities
Catholic Missions turned cities
  • Cahokia -1699: Catholic mission for Native Americans
  • Kaskaskia -1703: Catholic mission for Native Americans
  • Other famous missions: St. Genevieve (oldest Missouri city-1732), Prairie de Rocher
  • Treaty of Paris -ended French & Indian War -gave all land east of Mississppi to English -gave all land west of Mississipi to French