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POMO 4 th GRADE GATE MRS. ADAIR BY GARY, TRAVIS, KYLIE, SIENA, AND ELIZABETH
Region of CaIifornia Northern coast Divided into three regions the coast, valley, lake,and central and southern california
Home 60 people fit Made from earth and whatever they can find Called longhouses Looked like a very long barn
Food Seeds Nuts Berries Fish and other small animals
Clothing Women aprons skirts Men nothing unless winter or visitors All made from buckskin Wore willow bark skirts
Ceremonies Had religous ceremonies Some shaman dress up as the god kuksu or guksu Had goast danes
Arts and Crafts Wove many baskets Made dreamcatchers Made jewelry from abalone and other shells
Weapons and Tools Bear claws for hunting animals Deer antlers digging roots Bone knives Baskets
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