Monday, February 13, 2017

Necklaces and Body Paint

The southeast of North America is flat, warm, and humid, and it contains many thick forests, subtropical lands, and swamps that are home to a wide variety of plants and animals. Before the arrival of European settlers, it was also home to hundreds of different native tribes who fished, hunted, and farmed.

The unique hot climate caused them to develop light clothing styles and decorative body paints.
shells, wooden beads, pearls, feathers and precious, imported cooper. The higher their status, the more valuable the ornaments they wore. Many people tattooed themselves with patterns inspired by nature. They also painted their bodies with red body paint made from bloodroot and oils to protect themselves from insects.

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