During this time the United States was capturing Boston
The word "lacrosse" meant crooked stick
Played for religious reasons
Buried with their stick for afterlife. Spiritual sign
Stick was made of nature, wood was trees and netting was animals. Would be holding the world in hands
Taught people lessons. Ex: the key to survival is friends and allies.
Lacrosse prepared men for war
Taught men how to be tough
Lacrosse was so rough that people have died
Taught men how to work in a team
Settled disputes between other tribes
Played at festivals or other events
Mechanism of socialism
Lacrosse started off as a small game and now it is spreading widely through different countries
I am happy I picked lacrosse because it is cool to see how it was used a while ago. I learned that lacrosse is the fastest sport on two feet.
I think it should be taught in History classes because lacrosse is the fastest growing sport in America. Lacrosse is also known as the first sport invented in America and that's important.
The history of lacrosse would impact Paul Rabil because he is the number one player in the world.
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