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T HE W OODLAND I NDIANS By: Hannah Cooper Morgan Poindexter & Mika Shanle
H OW DID THE W OODLAND I NDIANS MAKE THEIR CLOTHING ? The Woodland Indians made their clothing out of buffalo skins and many other animals. The Woodland Indians used every part of the buffalo.
W HAT WEAPONS DID THE W OODLAND I NDIANS USE ? The Indians used guns, knives, and arrows to kill buffalo and small game. They also used them to defeat other Indian tribes.
W HAT KIND OF CEREMONIES DID THE W OODLAND I NDIANS HAVE ? When one of the members of the tribe died they held a cry ceremony and the wore a special shirt.
W HAT KINDS OF HOUSES DID THE W OODLAND I NDIANS BUILD ? The Woodland Indians lived in and built Tipis, Grass houses, Adobe houses, Long houses, and Wing-Wam houses.
W HAT DID THE W OODLAND I NDIANS EAT ? The Woodland Indians ate corn, beans, squash, deer meat, beaver, bison, and bear.
W HAT TIME OF THE YEAR DID THE W OODLAND I NDIANS HUNT ? The Woodland Indians hunted in the Spring, Summer, and in Fall. They hunted for food.
W HERE DID THE W OODLAND I NDIANS LIVE ? The Indians lived east of the Plain Indians.
W HAT IS THE W OODLAND I NDIANS CLOTHING LIKE ? The Woodland Indians favorite clothing is their vests that they make.
W HAT IS THE W OODLAND I NDIANS HIGHEST TEMPERATURE ? The highest temperature reached where the Woodland Indians lived is 120 degrees.
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