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1 Native Americans Inuits-ArcticKwakiutl-Northwest Nez Perce-PlateauPawnee-Plains Hopi-Southwest Seminole-Southeast

2 * USGS Map Click on an area of the map to learn about the Native peoples who lived there. Use your field book to record the important details you find. Click on an area of the map to learn about the Native peoples who lived there. Use your field book to record the important details you find. Click the map icon in the top left corner to return to this page at any time. Click the map icon in the top left corner to return to this page at any time. Click on an area of the map to learn about the Native peoples who lived there. Use your field book to record the important details you find. Click on an area of the map to learn about the Native peoples who lived there. Use your field book to record the important details you find. Click the map icon in the top left corner to return to this page at any time. Click the map icon in the top left corner to return to this page at any time.

3 Inuit * USGS Map Click on an area of the map to learn about the Native peoples who lived there. Use your field book to record the important details you find. Click on an area of the map to learn about the Native peoples who lived there. Use your field book to record the important details you find. Click the map icon in the top left corner to return to this page at any time. Click the map icon in the top left corner to return to this page at any time. Click on an area of the map to learn about the Native peoples who lived there. Use your field book to record the important details you find. Click on an area of the map to learn about the Native peoples who lived there. Use your field book to record the important details you find. Click the map icon in the top left corner to return to this page at any time. Click the map icon in the top left corner to return to this page at any time.

4 Location Arctic-Alaska, Canada, Greenland Cold, snow, ice, barren land

5 Shelter Igloos made of snow and ice

6 Food Caribou, whale, seals, polar bears

7 Clothing Fur and animal skins to keep warm

8 Kwakiutl * USGS Map Click on an area of the map to learn about the Native peoples who lived there. Use your field book to record the important details you find. Click on an area of the map to learn about the Native peoples who lived there. Use your field book to record the important details you find. Click the map icon in the top left corner to return to this page at any time. Click the map icon in the top left corner to return to this page at any time. Click on an area of the map to learn about the Native peoples who lived there. Use your field book to record the important details you find. Click on an area of the map to learn about the Native peoples who lived there. Use your field book to record the important details you find. Click the map icon in the top left corner to return to this page at any time. Click the map icon in the top left corner to return to this page at any time.

9 Location Northwest coast Rainy, forests, coastline, ocean Wet, cold winters, warm summers

10 Shelter Cedar lodges Decorated with totem poles

11 Food Fish and ocean animals Salmon

12 clothing Cedar bark clothing

13 Nez Perce * USGS Map Click on an area of the map to learn about the Native peoples who lived there. Use your field book to record the important details you find. Click on an area of the map to learn about the Native peoples who lived there. Use your field book to record the important details you find. Click the map icon in the top left corner to return to this page at any time. Click the map icon in the top left corner to return to this page at any time. Click on an area of the map to learn about the Native peoples who lived there. Use your field book to record the important details you find. Click on an area of the map to learn about the Native peoples who lived there. Use your field book to record the important details you find. Click the map icon in the top left corner to return to this page at any time. Click the map icon in the top left corner to return to this page at any time.

14 Location Plateau in the Northwest Wet, cold winters and warm summers

15 Shelter Winter: longhouses made of wood Summer: small teepee

16 Food Salmon Plants and berries in the summer

17 Clothing made from animal skin Buckskin (deer) shirts, leggings and moccassins Many decorated with beads and feathers

18 Hopi * USGS Map Click on an area of the map to learn about the Native peoples who lived there. Use your field book to record the important details you find. Click on an area of the map to learn about the Native peoples who lived there. Use your field book to record the important details you find. Click the map icon in the top left corner to return to this page at any time. Click the map icon in the top left corner to return to this page at any time. Click on an area of the map to learn about the Native peoples who lived there. Use your field book to record the important details you find. Click on an area of the map to learn about the Native peoples who lived there. Use your field book to record the important details you find. Click the map icon in the top left corner to return to this page at any time. Click the map icon in the top left corner to return to this page at any time.

19 Location Southwest Hot, dry, little rain and water

20 Shelter Homes were called pueblos and made from adobe, a mix of packed clay, sticks, and stones Often built on top of steep mesas for protection against attacks Ladders were used to get to the different levels

21 Food Corn was their staple food (also called maize) three sisters-corn, beans, and squash Had to use irrigation to grow crops Made clay pottery to hold water

22 Clothing Made of animal skins

23 Pawnee * USGS Map Click on an area of the map to learn about the Native peoples who lived there. Use your field book to record the important details you find. Click on an area of the map to learn about the Native peoples who lived there. Use your field book to record the important details you find. Click the map icon in the top left corner to return to this page at any time. Click the map icon in the top left corner to return to this page at any time. Click on an area of the map to learn about the Native peoples who lived there. Use your field book to record the important details you find. Click on an area of the map to learn about the Native peoples who lived there. Use your field book to record the important details you find. Click the map icon in the top left corner to return to this page at any time. Click the map icon in the top left corner to return to this page at any time.

24 Location Lived on the Plains

25 Shelter Earth lodges made of grass, mud, and bark Used teepees when hunting buffalo (travois for moving them)

26 Food Summer and winter, the Pawnees hunted buffalo on the Plains. Spring and fall, they stayed in their lodges and grew crops, such as the three sisters.

27 Clothing Used buffalo skin for clothing, with feathers for decoration

28 Seminoles * USGS Map Click on an area of the map to learn about the Native peoples who lived there. Use your field book to record the important details you find. Click on an area of the map to learn about the Native peoples who lived there. Use your field book to record the important details you find. Click the map icon in the top left corner to return to this page at any time. Click the map icon in the top left corner to return to this page at any time. Click on an area of the map to learn about the Native peoples who lived there. Use your field book to record the important details you find. Click on an area of the map to learn about the Native peoples who lived there. Use your field book to record the important details you find. Click the map icon in the top left corner to return to this page at any time. Click the map icon in the top left corner to return to this page at any time.

29 Location Southeast Hot, humid, plenty of rain, forests

30 Shelter Chickees-frame made out of logs and roof was covered in leaves or grass. There were no walls, and the floor was built off the ground to keep out water and snakes.

31 Food Grew crops-three sisters, potatoes, melons Hunted rabbits and forest animals Gathered seeds, berries and nuts

32 Clothing Light-weight and cool Made from woven grass, cotton or animal skins

33 Can you name each tribe? * USGS Map Click on an area of the map to learn about the Native peoples who lived there. Use your field book to record the important details you find. Click on an area of the map to learn about the Native peoples who lived there. Use your field book to record the important details you find. Click the map icon in the top left corner to return to this page at any time. Click the map icon in the top left corner to return to this page at any time. Click on an area of the map to learn about the Native peoples who lived there. Use your field book to record the important details you find. Click on an area of the map to learn about the Native peoples who lived there. Use your field book to record the important details you find. Click the map icon in the top left corner to return to this page at any time. Click the map icon in the top left corner to return to this page at any time.


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