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Pacific Northwest Coast Coastal Range
Mild/Temperate Climate Rainy Many Forests
Platform Wooden Plank Houses Wooden Huts
Fish-Salmon (F) Wood (NR) Berries (F/NR) Deer/Elk (F/NR) Beavers (F)/(NR) Ocean/rivers (Columbia) (NR)
Fishermen Hunters Gatherers
Wore clothes made from bark and other plant fibers
The first Americans depended on the Resources they found in their environment to meet their basic needs.
Natural Resources Things that come directly from nature. The FISH WILD ANIMALS CROPS
People working to produce goods and services PEOPLE who FISHED HUNTERS GATHERERS
Goods produced and used to make other goods. CANOES BOWS SPEARS
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