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What region did the Pueblo live in?
What family? Southwest United States in present- day New Mexico and Arizona Region
What region did the Kwakiutl live in?
What family? Region Coastal Range Pacific Northwest
What region did the Lakota/Sioux live in?
What family? Region Great Plains Dry Grasslands Prairie
What region did the Inuit live in?
What family? Region Canadian Shield Present day Alaska and Northern Canada
What region did the Iroquois live in?
What family? Regions Coastal Plain and Appalachian Mtns. Eastern Woodlands Northeast North America
What type of shelter did the Pueblo use?
What family used this shelter? Adobe apartments
What type of shelter did the Kwakiutl use?
What family used this shelter? Wooden platform houses with totem poles
What type of shelter did the Lakota/Sioux use?
What family used this shelter? Teepee
What type of shelter did the Inuit use?
What family used this type of shelter? Igloo
What type of shelter did the Iroquois use?
What family used this type of shelter? Longhouse
What family used these tools to fish for salmon? spear Fishing trap
Which family had these occupations? Hunters, farmers, gatherers, fishermen, and trappers?
Which family was primarily nomadic?
Which family is located in the Arctic?
Which family also used these octagon shaped houses? Hogans
This family lived in Arctic areas where the temperature is below freezing much of the year.
This family inhabited the Pacific Northwest
This family lived in northeastern North America
This family lived in the interior of the United States
This family inhabited southwestern United States including New Mexico and Arizona
What region did the Pueblo live in?. What family? Southwest United States in present- day New Mexico and Arizona Region.
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