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Native American Unit

N.A. Tribe Cultures

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Which Native American tribe made their home in the Arctic region (Alaska) of North America? Inuit
Which Native American tribe made their home in the Northwest (Canada/Washington State) region of North America? Kwakiutle
Which Native American tribe made their home in the Plateau (Montana, Oregon, Idaho, Wyoming) region of North America? Nez Perce
Which Native American tribe cultivated life in the Southwest (Arizona, New Mexico, Utah) region of the U.S.? Hopi
Which tribe made their home in the Plains (Iowa, Nebraska, Minnesota) region of North America? Pawnee
Which tribe made their home in the Southeast region (Florida) of the U.S.? Seminole
Which tribe lived in dwellings called igloos, wore animal skins and furs for warmth and fished/hunted for food? Inuit
Which tribe lived in dwellings called plank (wooden) houses, wore animal hides and plant materials as clothing and fished, hunted and gathered berries/roots for food. Kwakiutle
Which tribe lived in dwellings made of earth and plant materials for summer and winter houses? They also wore clothes made of animal hides / plant material and were fishermen, hunters and gatherers when it came to providing food! Nez Perce
Which tribe lived in dwellings called pueblos (made from stone and mud), wore clothes made from cotton and farmed for their food? Hopi
Which Native American tribe lived dwellings made from animal hides called tepees (as well as earthen lodges in villages)? This tribe would wear buffalo hides as clothing and would hunt game and farm for their food supply. Pawnee
Which Native American tribe lived in dwellings called chickees, houses made from palmetto fronds for the roof, with open walls? This tribe wore animal hides and various plant material. They would farm, hunt, fish and gather various foods. Seminole
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