Mrs. Archibald’s 4th grade class (Maria Regina Catholic School, Seaford) spent the month of November studying Native Americans that settled in what is today, New York.  

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Seaford – At Maria Regina Catholic School in Seaford, Mrs. Archibald’s 4th grade class spent the month of November studying Native Americans that settled in what is today, New York.  They learned about how geography made life possible for the Algonquians and Iroquois.  Students researched a tribe and presented their findings in either a poster, diorama or google slideshow.  They shared artifacts and replicas of the Native American  homes.  They learned much about the culture of the Native Americans and how their ideas shaped our Thanksgiving. Now when we celebrate our Thanksgiving Feast we know a bit more about the foods that the Native Americans introduced to us.

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