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Ch 2 PNW

PNW History

Which of the following had the biggest influence on the culture of Coastal People? The Pacific Ocean.
In what way was the Plateau way of life similar to the Coastal way of life? Both groups used natural resources for food, shelter, and clothing.
What was a common reason for the Coastal and Plateau people to interact? To trade with each other.
What brought people other than the Indians to the Pacific Northwest? The first non Indian people came to this region to explore while in search of the NW Passage,
A flowering edible plant that has long clusters of blue to white flowers is? Camas.
What is a long dwelling, usually shared by an extended family, especially among Native American groups? Long house.
A Native American ceremony where gifts are exchanged as a show of wealth. Potlatch.
A fence or dam used to catch fish. Weir.
The word skookum in "Chinook Jargon" means what in English? Strong.
How did horses affect the lives of Native American Indians? Food gathering was more efficient, it was possible to travel greater distances, and bring back food to winter camp.
Washington Native Americans were divided into two geographical groups. They were the Coastal and Plateau tribes. True
The seasonal movement of a group of animals from one place to another. Migration.
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