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socialstudy 11/10/15

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inuit lived in the artic of alaska and canada with below freezing temperatures.
kwakiutl lived the pacific northwest coast with rainy, mild climate - lived in plank house
lakota lived in the dry grassland of the great plains.lived in tepees. Hunted buffalo
pueblo lived in the southwest united states. desert areas bordering cliffs and mountain
iroquois lived in the forests of the eastern woodlands that were heavily forested
indian's food hunted,fished,and harvested crops for food
indian's clothes made of animals skins and plants
indian's shelter made of resoures found in their environments like sod,stones, animals skin, & wood
geography and climate factors that affected how the american indians met thier basic needs
archeologist people who study human behavior and cultures of the past through discover and analysis of artifacts
natural resources things that come directly from nature Ex: fish,wood, wild animals, crops, berries
human resoures people working to produce goods or services Ex: fisherman, hunters, & people who sew clothing
capital resouses goods produce and used to make other goods and services Ex: canoes, spear, & other tools
cactus hill one of the oldest archaeological sites of north america - located on the nottoway river in virginia - 18,000 years old
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