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Yes lacrosse was invented and used by the native americans.
Lacrosse was originally played by the Native Americans, although their games ran for days at a time. When the settlers came, they learned the game and even played a few times against the Natives. Of course, they lost brutally. it then was very scarcely played and grew until it became the sport it is today
The sport that was originally played by Native Americans and later adopted by French and Canadian pioneers is lacrosse. It is considered to be one of the oldest team sports in North America and has a rich history that dates back centuries. Lacrosse continues to be a popular sport today, both at the amateur and professional levels.
Lacrosse is traditionally a Native American sport that we call stick ball. It is an important part of our culture and was often used to settle disputes. The Native American version of stick ball could often get more aggressive and violent than the lacrosse version you see today.
They used to kill each other in Lacrosse back then
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Lacrosse was originally a way for Native Americans to test their strength, endurance, and speed. They used this game as a way to settle disputes, prepare for war, or for leadership. Women were forbidden to play because the game was unsafe and had no padding involved as it does today. Games could last several months at a time and often people were killed or severely injured.
native Americans helped society today by expanding states and giving ancestory
LacrosseThe North American Indians invented it. They were playing the game for centuries when the first French explorers first observed the game and named it "la crosse", which of course is French for "the stick", referring to the the primary implement of which the game is played. To elaborate, the North American Indians in the great lakes area were the first to be observed playing the game by the french. Second 'La crosse' was the name given to the game by Jean-de-Br�beuf because of the resemblence of the stick to a Bishop's crozier aka Acrosse. Modern lacrosse's first uniform rules were written by Dr. George Beers.Source: Canadian Lacrosse Association www.lacrosse.caLacrosse was invented by the Iroquois and Huron Peoples.
we call them Indians but they prefer native Americans
The saying today has been in effect for many years, and will probably exist for many more generations of Native Americans: "We do as well today as when Custer headed the BIA."