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North Americans before Christopher Columbus 8th Grade Social Studies
Four Culture Regions Native Americans have been classified into four culture regions.
Four Culture Regions A Culture Region is a place where methods of living are the same. Culture still exist today. Think of an example.
Four Culture Regions Four Native American Culture Regions were...
Four Culture Regions Pacific Northwest Desert Southwest Plains Eastern Woodlands
Four Culture Regions
Pacific Northwest What modern states did this cultural group call home? Alaska, Washington, Oregon, Northern California, Idaho
Pacific Northwest What did they eat? And how did they get their food? Seafood was the major ingredient in their diet. They fished with spears in lakes and rivers, and hunted whales in the ocean.
Pacific Northwest How did they adapt to their environment? They built their homes near water ways to be near their food. Their homes were made from wood with slanted roofs and sometimes on stilts.
Desert Southwest What modern states did this cultural group call home? Utah, Colorado, Arizona, New Mexico
Desert Southwest What did they eat? And how did they get their food? They dug canals to plant gardens for food.
Desert Southwest How did they adapt to their environment? They built clay homes out of dried mud called “adobe.” These home were usually built in canyons or the tops of mesas.
Plains What modern states did this cultural group call home? North and South Dakota, Wyoming, Montana, Kansas, Oklahoma, Texas
Plains What did they eat? And how did they get their food? Buffalo was the source of life for the Plains culture. They used the buffalo for food, clothing, tools, and weapons.
Plains How did they adapt to their environment? Most of the years these people lived in tipis, which are moveable homes. This was necessary because they always followed the buffalo.
Eastern Woodlands What modern states did this cultural group call home? All states along the east coast including North Carolina.
Eastern Woodlands What did they eat? And how did they get their food? They hunted animals in the forests and farmed the fertile soil.
Eastern Woodlands How did they adapt to their environment? Since most of the land was forest, they used “slash and burn” to clear land for planting crops.
Early People of North America LESSON 2: THE SOUTHWESTERN PEOPLE.
The First Americans Native/Indians. The First Americans Native Americans were the first people to live in America. The believed that the land was for.
Native Americans Native Americans were the people who lived in America before people from other countries came here.
The First Americans. Cultural Regions of North America Tribes We Will Study: Northwest Coast: Chinooks Makahs Southwest: Navajos Great Plains Mandans.
Native American RegionCultural Characteristics Artic Northwest Coast Plateau Great Basin California Southwest Great Plains Northeast Woodlands Southeast.
Migration and the First Americans. The Land Bridge Better known as Beringia 30,000 years ago Indians came across the Bridge from Asia into North America.
American Indian Tribes. Inuit Geographic Region: Present day Alaska and northern Canada (temperature is below freezing much of the year) Housing: Igloo.
North American Tribes The first Americans descended, or came from immigrants who originated in Asia. These were the first people to live in North America.
The Native Americans. Northwest Coast The Northwest Coast Extends from southern Oregon into Canada. Winters are cold and icy, summers are cool. Thick.
Native Americans The First People. Native Americans Scientist think that they came to this continent from Asia. Each tribe used whatever resources were.
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NATIVE AMERICAN BEAN GO!. Moving from one place to establish a home in a new place is called MIGRATION.
The American Indians. Inuit Geographic Region: Present day Alaska and northern Canada Housing: Igloo Clothing: Fur/hides Food: Fished and hunted.
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