Presentation on theme: "Taylor Grizzard. The Inuit lived in Alaska, Canada, and Greenland, their region was the northwest. One of there food resources was caribou. They wore."— Presentation transcript:
The Inuit lived in Alaska, Canada, and Greenland, their region was the northwest. One of there food resources was caribou. They wore suits that today we call parkas and got around by sled dogs. The Inuit were nomads, which means they did not stay in one place to live. The Inuit had houses made of blocks of ice called igloos. The Inuit kept warm in igloos by setting fire inside of the igloo. The Inuit
The Nez Pearce Indians lived in teepees and were nomads. The Nez Pearce Indians ate deer and wore buck skin. The Nez Pearce Indians lived in the Pacific North West. The Nez Pearce Indians also ate salmon.
The Hopi were called caretakers of the land and wore animal skins. The Hopi lived in the South West. The Hopi ate corn squash, and beans. Also called the 3 sisters. The Hopi lived in lodges and were permanents
The Kwakiutl lived in the Pacific North West. The Kwakiutl ate corn, squash. The Kwakiutl lived in long houses and were permanents. The Kwakiutl also ate beans.
eans The Seminole ate corn, squash, and beans also know as the 3 sisters. The Seminole lived in houses called chickees. The Seminole lived in the South East. The Seminole wore colorful cotton clothing. The Seminole also ate beans
fbeans The Pawnee lived in the Eastern Plains. The Pawnee ate corn and squash. The Pawnee lived in teepees and were nomads. the Pawnee wore animal skins for clothes. The Pawnee ate also beans.