Did Native American women hunt and if so how common was it?
Did Native American women hunt and if so how common was it?
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It depended entirely on the tribal customs. Some tribes had female warriors and hunters, others had women in what we would consider traditional roles.
btw 'Prey' takes place in pic related
>female lead can't act, acts like an annoyed teen on a camping trip
>tries to clean a fish with a hatchet like a toddler
>fails "hunter initiation" because predator distracts her
>walks into the wilderness alone 30 minutes into the movie to be a "real hunter"
>fucks around and nearly dies walking around not 3 minutes in
>finds 2000 pound bear and wants to kill it with a child's bow
>immediately breaks her bow and is saved by the predator that doesn't see her
>dozens of miles into the interior wilderness alone
>immediately runs into her tribe's hunting party
>they beat the shit out of her for being a woman
>predator kills them all
>finds another tribemate, he gets killed
>predator 10 feet behind her, runs into french trappers
>predator leaves to take a shit or something
>her brother is also mysteriously there
>brother tells her she was a real hunter all along
>she now has super powers because her brother emotionally validated her
>they get free
>predator still MIA
>she finds a french camp and saves her dog
>kills all the frenchmen for some reason singlehandedly
>brother shows up after her action sequence and so does the predator to fight
>she does nothing and stands there for 5 minutes
>he's doing jujutsu stabbing and shooting the predator and she's just standing there
>she realizes she's not helping so she screams at the predator
>predator goes invisible and kills brother
>she somehow escapes
>she takes magic drug and is invisible to the predator now
>predator is completely healed after an hour or two from the fight with the brother
>shoots the predator in the head with a gun while its randomly distracted
>doggo gets hit by predator so she beats the shit out of the predator in a slugfest 1v1 without a scratch
>predator shoots itself in the head with its own dart and dies like a retard
>comes back triumphantly to her tribe
>"all your sons died but I'm a hunter now"
It's all so tiresome
I don't care anymore, and consequently I was able to enjoy it. :^)
>reddit dog word
Why is the story so bad?
Fun factoid, according to Dave Paulides, Missing 411 author, there are no better trackers on the planet Earth than Native Americans.
tracking isn't difficult if you do it every day. there's an aussie on youtube I watch that can track while driving
>tracking isn't difficult if you do it every day
that goes for everything. But if they've done it for millenia then they'd have learned a thing or two and it would only accumulate over generations.
There's not "magic tracking" skills they have
I didn't say that nor did I imply it.
This looks really good, has it been restored or remastered? It almost looks like digital
looks AI upscaled to me
>8,000-12,300 Indians died on Trail of Tears
Jesus fuck man I'm so sick of this shit the way they teach it in school and the way the fucking Indians go on about it you would think it was something serious.
That's just pathetic, especially for how butthurt Injuns get over it, genocide my ass.
Lots of hunter-gatherer cultures have women who hunt and trap small game. But if you're talking about hunting things like buffalo, then no, only men did that.
The Cherokee had under 20,000 people at the beginning of removal, and they were one of the larger tribes. Losing a few thousand people was huge for them.
anon that's a lot for the indjun population at the time
Link me pls, ausbro
That guy also believes spooky forest monsters like bigfoot kidnap hikers
>That guy also believes spooky forest monsters like bigfoot kidnap hikers
Everything that sounds outlandish only does so because of the data and not because of a subjective opinion. I don't want to speak for him but he never flat out says 'this entity is responsible' because it is unknown, and that is what is interesting and mortifying if you take it seriously, the questions to 'what, how, why' are never answered. There are no answers. His channel has 300+ videos; times 2 missing persons cases that all fit the 411 profile; per video equals 600 cases, conservatively, out of a total of 1,600 police reports that he has collected from misc. law enforcement agencies. That is to say, it's not a matter of personal belief or opinion but data. It's a subject matter with a lot to it. If you're curious you can also check out the 2 docus 'Missing 411' which features a case with nationwide (US) coverage and 'Missing 411: The Hunted' where experienced hunters disappear, and some are killed. The two films are probably the cream of the crop in terms of cases, but the YT videos are very interesting too.
As far as The Skinwalker Ranch tv series is concerned, while it has real scientific data, real video evidence and experiments proving that there is some unexplained fuckery on that land, it was ruined in production imo. I keep thinking about that greentext about David Attenborough vs American documentary
>this little grasshopper
>to the mantis
>starswipe to next clip
It's probably why people shit on that entire topic, because it's produced like America's Got Talent, edited for dummies with tons of filler. The Missing 411 material and films are the polar opposite, professional and matter of fact, with respect to the viewer. If anyone thinks I'm shilling, what are torrents.
According to Native American legends isn't the Skinwalker or Wendigo essentially a predator like in OP pic? Couldn't they turn invisible on top of their superhuman strength?
I've seen some of those documentaries, and I think there's really nothing conclusive. The only "evidence" is an audio recording of alleged Bigfoot howling from the 1970s. Most of it is totally mundane shit like hikers getting lost, 80 year old grandpa disappearing in the woods, a shoe found 40 miles from a body. He also seems to highlight that hikers tend to disappear around hiking trails and national parks.... Yeah no shit.
People get lost in the wilderness, eat eaten by animals, or trip out from eating foraged mushrooms. What more explanations do you need?
>People get lost in the wilderness, eat eaten by animals
They do, but in those cases highlighted by the documentaries there is no evidence of that occurring. What people consider 'evidence' is entirely subjective so it's all up to you. No blood, no torn clothing, tracks and scent just ending at a random point or there's a lack of tracks and scent entirely. Not to mention large distances with untraversable terrain between point of separation / disappearance and the found body. There's more anomalies stated by police chiefs and Search and Rescue guys, all of which form a somewhat consistent pattern. One of the most striking anomalies being that bodies are found on previously searched areas, they cover a grid square multiple times, only for the body to appear on the already covered square the next day. No one is flat out saying that gorilla cryptids are responsible, that would be incredibly stupid, but something is.
Precisely what you call "no evidence" is evidence itself. The fact that there are no tracks or scent or gear found of the old hunter points to something unusual happening, and that is the whole point. If nothing is happening then those disappearances should be impossible and yet there they are. Either Paulides, the police reports and SAR dudes records and testimonies are false, for whatever reason, or they're not. If it's all a lie then are the folk myths that may correlate with this unknown third party lies as well? How far deep would the scam go? The only reason anyone would go down this line of scrutiny is if they avoid possible explanations that are wild but fit the bill. Of course avoiding all that and insulting (I'm not saying you're doing that) is easier because it's uncomfortable otherwise, even scary if we take it seriously.
There is an obvious LACK of an explanation, there is a GAP in the chain of events in hundreds of cases. That's the point and you're right that there is no sufficient evidence. That's exactly the point.
Couldn't find a jpeg so I screen recorded a part that had the profile. It's noteworthy that the coroner declares an unknown cause of death, so if it's an animal or a drug OD, it should be easy to determine, but it doesn't say that, hence the questions.
There are more serial killers in national parks than you think. Rangers just let it slide since the parks run off tourists and if a tourist is dumb and goes off the trail and runs into a "wild animal" that is on them. They should have stayed on the trail and followed the rules.
>he doesnt know
it might have happened circumstantially but generally no, hunting was done by men
No they didn't hunt, they were Comanche Tribe, which women were the homemakers and cookers in general, the movie should have used a different tribe like the Algonquins and the six nations which had female hunters and warriors
nevermind posted the wrong tribes on Algonquins and the six nations, however realistially, she probably would have been a negotionator
but to be honest I cant find any tribes that had female hunters or warriors,
yeah I just watched it, can confirm she was a Comanche
Agreed. Plus Algonquin women went topless which would have made this piece of shit movie actually worth seeing. I hate that I sat through the entire thing and there weren't even tits.
Well Anon I'm glad you saw it and a shitload of other people saw it and gave the good, woke execs money so they can continue to make garbage like this.
Oh yeah dude, I totally paid money for it and didn't watch it for free like everyone else
What was life like in Native American villages/encampments compared to say European villages? Better, worse, about the same?
What kind of timeperiod do you have in mind?
>Better, worse, about the same?
100% better, living in a cold straw hut beats living any warm, wood and brick house constructed by Anglos.
1 million times better than living in a European city having someone throw their shit down onto you on the street while you slowly die of several diseases
I’m not Comanche but i’m plains, not trad hunters
small preys probably
predator go clicka clicka