Native American Tribes

Native American Tribes

Native American Tribes Inuit Arctic Inuit Food Seals, whales, walrus, caribou, polar bear, muskoxen, birds, and artic fox

Website :) Inuit Clothing Animal Skins sewn together made from needles made of animal bones Inuit Shelter Igloos Houses made of ice and

snow Kwakiutl Pacific Northwest Kwakiutl - Food The Kwakiutl Indians were fishing people. Men caught fish

and sea mammals from their canoes. They also hunted deer, birds, and small game. Women gathered clams and shellfish, seaweed, berries, and roots

Kwakiutl - Clothing Men typically did not wear anything Women wore cedar bark Both wore

moccasins made from deer hide Kwakiutl - Shelter Made from large redwood trees called LONGHOUSES

Also built from sod, animal skins, and bark Nez Perce Plateau Pierced Nose Nez Perce FOOD

Hunted by horseback due to the terrain Found food in forests Fished in small rivers, hunted small game, and picked vegetation

Nez Perce CLOTHING Nez Perce women wore long deerskin dresses. Nez Perce men wore breechcloths wit

h leather legging s and buckskin shirts. Nez Perce SHELTER Earth houses. They made these

homes by digging an underground room, then building a wooden frame over it and covering the frame with earth, cedar bark, and tule mats.

Hopi Southwest/Desert Peaceful Person Hopi Food The Hopis were expert farming people. They planted

crops of corn, beans, and squash, as well as cotton and tobacco, and raised turkeys for their meat. Hopi - Clothing

Hopi men didn't wear much clothing-- only breechcloths or short kilts (men's skirts). Hopi women wore knee-length cotton dresses called

mantas. A manta fastened at a woman's right shoulder, leaving her left shoulder bare. Hopi - Shelter Pueblos Adobe pueblos are

modular, multistory houses made of adobe (clay and straw baked into hard bricks) or of large stones cemented together with adobe. First apartments

Pawnee Plains Pawnee - Food Buffalo & other easily farmed foods Pawnee - Clothing

Buffalo hides Pawnee - Shelter A tepee is made of a cone-shaped wooden frame with a covering of buffalo hide. Seminole Southeast

Wild Seminole Food The Seminoles were farming people. Seminole women harvested crops of corn, beans, and

squash. Seminole men did most of the hunting and fishing, catching game such as deer, wild turkeys, rabbits, turtles, and alligators.

Seminole Clothing Seminole men wore breechcloths. Seminole women wore wraparound skirts, usually

woven from palmetto. Shirts were not necessary Seminole Shelter Chickee houses consisted of thick posts

supporting a thatched roof and a flat wooden platform raised several feet off the ground.

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