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They moved in after the Ice Age—after all the glaciers were gone. 36 Early Indians Native Americans Once Ruled! New York’s early Indians soon organized into tribal territories. Each group had its own unique customs, dress, and language. Two major groups emerged. The Algonquianspeaking tribes lived in the southeast portion of New York and in the Hudson River valley. The Algonquins were farmers who grew squash, beans, and corn, called maize in those days. They added a little variety by hunting, fishing, and gathering nuts, berries, and roots from the forests.

He met up with some strange little guys who were the spirits of Henry Hudson’s Dutch (and dead) crew. The little men were drinking, partying, and playing a game of ninepins. ) of their liquor and fell fast asleep. Legends & He snoozed for a long, long time— Lore about 20 years. When he finally woke up and headed for home, he found that things had changed. Rip’s nagging wife was dead and his daughter had married. His colonial village was now a part of the United States of America. The pictures of King George of England had Washington Irving been transformed into wrote the tale of pictures of George “Rip Van Winkle” Washington, president and published it of the United States.

Spectacular Waterfalls New York is blessed with one of nature’s most spectacular sites—the waterfall. —Canadian border. S. side are the American Falls and Bridal Veil Falls. 2 million liters) of water fall over the cliffs every second. Other New York waterfalls include the Taughannock Falls and 18 falls that tumble through Watkins Glen State Park. ) of them. ● Saranac Lake ● Lake Placid ● Chautauqua Lake Word Definition 32 RESERVOIR: a body of water stored for public use Cities & Towns Are You a city mouse… or a Country Mouse?

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