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Native Americans

Seminole-Region Southeast
climate for the southeast region Hot and Humid
Natural resources of the southeast region Atlantic Ocean, Gulf of Mexico, swamps & forrests
Seminole clothing clothing made from plant fibers, short, minimal clothing on the top
Seminole-food source hunted small game, fished for sea animals
Seminole-house chickee, built on stilts in case of flooding.
Hopi-region southwest
climate for the southwest region hot temperatures and dry air/desert like conditions
natural resources of the southwest region clay, desert
Hopi-food source farmed for veggies-maize corn, beans hunted small game for meat
Hopi-house pueblo-made from clay
Hopi-clothing wore cool cotton during the day and warm wool same as buckskin at night
NezPerce-region northwest/plateau
Climate for the northwest/plateau region hot summers/cool winters
Natural resources for the northwest/plateau region good soil for farming lots of rivers and small lakes
Nez Perce-home mat-covered long houses
Nez Perce-food source caught fish for meat from the rivers, hunted big game, picked wild berries, farmed vegatables
Inuit-region Artic
Climate for the Artic region cold all year lots of precipitation, snow, ice
Natural resources for the Artic region Surrounded by water, ground is rocky with minimal plant life
Inuit-food source fish and seaweed from the ocean, hunted for red meat
Inuit-clothing wore heavy clothing made from caribou in the winter and sealskin in the summer
Inuit-home igloo
Pawnee-region plains region
Climate for the plains region cold winters and warm/hot summers
Natural resources for the plains region ground in flat with good soil for farming
Pawnee-house teepees-easy to pick up and follow the buffalo around
Pawnee-clothing wore buffalo skin blankets in the winter
Pawnee-food source hunted for meat, farmed for veggies
Kwakiutl- region northwest coastal region
Climate for the northwest coastal region moderate temperatures, lots of rain
Natural resources for the northwest coastal region pacific ocean, forrests
Kwakiutl-house plank house
Kwakiutl-food source fresh fish from the ocean, hunted for meat, ate berries and roots from the forrests
Kwakiutl-clothing light clothing and skirts
Nez Perce-clothing deerskin dresses for women and deerskin leggings and shirts for men all accented with beadwork
Created by: ctabor