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social studies Makah

it is about the makahs tribe

a house built partly over a hole dug in the earth so that some of its rooms are underground. pit house
a hollowed out log used as a boat. dugout
a wooden post that is carved with shapes of people and animals. totem pole
a special Native American gathering at which the host gives away valuable items. potlatch
to exchange goods with other peolpe barter
a group of families that are related to each other clan
the two Native American tribes from the Northwest coast Makah and Chinooks
the meaning of symbols on a totem pole To show different tribes
how is them living near the Pacific Ocean they need to get fish for the food source
Created by: Mumaugirl44