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Went to England.
Was fluent in English.
Was a friend of the pilgrims.
The only survivor of his tribe.
Chief of his tribe.
Ruled with an iron grip.
Attacked the settlers.
Acknowledged that the English were superior.
Both helped the settlers.
2. Compare and contrast two different Native American Tribes. | Tribe #1: Wampanoag| Tribe #2: Cherokee|
Government | The Wampanoag were organized as a confederacy with lesser sachems and sagamores under the authority of a Grand Sachem.| During the early 1800s, the Cherokee adopted their government to a written constitution. They established their own courts and schools, and achieved a standard of living that was the envy of their white neighbors.| Economy | The Wampanoag were a horticultural people who supplemented their agriculture with hunting and fishing.| The Cherokee were horticulturalists, raising cereal and vegetable crops on a swidden basis and supplementing their subsistence through hunting, fishing, and collecting. | Religion | The Wampanoag's religion was called Spiritualism. They thanked Mother Earth, animals, plants, birds, fish, and all living things for the gifts they gave to the Wampanoag. | The Cherokees had a strong belief that there were certain beings who came down from the skies formed the world, the moon and the stars. It was believed that the world was created at the time of the new moon of autumn, when the fruits of the earth were ripe.| Culture | The Wampanoag subsisted, as did other tribes of the Eastern Woodlands, on the "Three Sisters" (maize, beans, and squash) along with the fruits of hunting, fishing and gathering. Unlike tribes of the Iroquois, the Wampanoag lived in wetus instead of longhouses.| The Cherokee were a settled, agricultural people living in approximately 200...