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Native Americans

2016 Assessment study guide

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Inuit Shelter igloos
Kwakiutl Shelter cedar plank house
Hopi Shelter adobe homes
Pawnee Shelters earthen lodges and teepees
Nez Perce Shelters longhouses and teepees
Seminole Shelter chickees
Kwakiutl food salmon and other fish
Inuit clothing Caribou furs and animal skins
Nez Perce food Deer, moose, elk, salmon, fish
Pawnee region the Great Plains
Hopi food mainly farmed: corn, beans and squash
Pacific Northwest Native Americans used wood for their houses and clothes
Seminole clothing light clothing made from grass and plants
When Pawnee lived in teepees when hunting buffalo
Seminole Region southeast
Pawnee food farmed and hunted buffalo
What were the natural resources available to the Inuit? Ice, fish, whales, caribou
What were the natural resources available to the Kwakiutl? fish, cedar trees, caribou
What were the natural resources available to the Seminole? fish, deer, good soil for farming
What were the natural resources available to the Nez Perce? fish, nuts, berries, deer, moose
What were the natural resources available to the Hopi? mud, stones, good soil for farming
What were the natural resources available to the Pawnee? Buffalo. good soil for farming
Seminole food hunted deer and other small animals; grew corn, beans squash and other crops
When the explorers arrived form Europe, most of the Native American tribes lived... in large tribes with their families.
The Native American tribes and their lifestyles the explorers met could be described as... very different from the explorers ways of life.
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