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Native Americans

Native American vocabulary and test review

Pueblo a type of shelter for Native Americans in the Southwest region
wood the natural resource most important to the people of the Northwest coast
nomads people who followed the buffalo
North America includes the United States, Canada, and Mexico
adapt in order to survive, Native Americans had to do this
region an area with similar features
Plains the area that covers most of the central United States
Coastal Plains the flat low land along the Atlantic Ocean
economy the way people use their resources to meet their needs
buffalo after water, the most important natural resource for the Plains Indians
How did the region's climate and geography affect the Hopi people? area is hot and dry so they developed ways to collect water, few trees so homes made of adobe
What effect did the trade networks have on groups of Native Americans? they traded with other groups far away to get the goods they needed that were not available in their region
What did the Native Americans in the Arctic, Plains, and Northwest Coast have in common? they depended on hunting and fishing
How did the resources affect the economy of Native American groups? each group had different resources that impacted their economy such as agriculture, hunting, fishing, etc.
Hopi storage containers were made of this. Clay
Inuit homes were made of this. Hard packed snow and ice
What was a food source for the Kwakiutl? salmon/fish
What did the Seminole eat? fish, turtles, deer and corn
What region did the Kwakiutl live in? The Pacific Northwest
What region did the Inuit live in? The Arctic (Inuit live in ICE)
What region did the Seminole live? The Southeast (Florida)
What region did the Nez Perce live? The Great Basin
What region did the Hopi live in? The Southwest (Hopi live where its HOT)
What type of home did the Seminole live in? Chickees - permanent
What type of home did the Inuit live in? Igloos - temporary
What type of home did the Kwakiutl live in? cedar plank homes - permanent
What type of home did the Pawnee live in? permanent - long houses temporary - teepees
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