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American Indians

American Indians of North America

TermDefinition
Inuit lived in Arctic areas of Canada and Alaska
Pueblo lived in the Southwest in dry, desert-like conditions
Iroquois lived in the Eastern Woodlands
Sioux or Lakota lived in the Great Plains
Kwakiutl lived in the Pacific Northwest
Capital Resource a man made resource that people use to meet their needs. Examples are canoe, bow and arrow, tools
Human Resource a person working to meet needs Examples are hunters, cooks, etc.
Natural Resource a resource that comes from nature Examples are water, soil, trees, etc.
Indians met their needs by using the resources in their environment.
Inuits wore clothing made from seal furs.
The Sioux or Lakota were dependent upon herds of buffalo to meet needs for food, clothing and shelter.
The Kwakiutl's environment was very rainy with a mild climate.
Eastern Woodlands Indians made their homes called longhouses from wood.
Created by: ssluck