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6th SS Ch 2 Sec 5

6th grade social studies Chapter 2 section 5

Northwest Coast is also called Pacific Northwest
Pacific Northwest area Oregon, Washington and western Canada
The Pacific Northwest is Heavily forested with lots of rain
Pacific Northwest Tribes Kwakiutl, Makah and Chinook
Pacific Northwest people were NOT Farmers
Main part of the diet in the Pacific Northwest Salmon
Whales were used for Foot and Fat (oil for lamps)
Tribe that only used whales that were stranded on shore Kwakiutl
This tribe went on Whale Hunts Makah
The Makah went out to hunt whales in large dugout canoes that carried 60 people
Makah families all lived in Larger Longhouses
In the Makah tribes each person in clan has a Rank
This was important to live of the Makah clan Wood (dishes, utensils, totem poles)
Best traders in the area Chinook
Chinook set up a barter system at The Dalles
The Dalles was a ____ for many tribes Trading Post
A celebration used to show wealth and divid property Potlatch
Potlatch means To Give
Arctic Native Tribes Aleut and Inuit
Arctic people were hunters who hunted Fox, caribou and bears
Arctic people harpooned Seals, walruses and whales
This tribe lived in large houses made of whale bone with walls covered in Sod Aluet
This tribe lived in igloos in winter and tents of animals skin or sod houses the rest of the year Inuit
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