Native American Vocabulary

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Native
American
Vocabulary
Arctic (Inuit) Indians
- Lived in present-day Alaska
- Fished and hunted for food
- Homes were made out of blocks
of ice called igloos.
- Clothes were made from skin of
seals, hides, and fur.
Northwest (Kwakiutl) Indians
- Lived on the Pacific Northwest
Coast.
- Fished, hunted, and gathered
roots and berries for food.
- Homes were made out of
timber called plank houses.
- Clothes were made from plant
materials, hides, and fur.
Plateau (Nez Perce) Indians
- Lived in between the Rocky
and Cascade Mountains
- Fished, hunted, and gathered
roots and berries for food
- Homes were made from earth and plant
materials for the season.
- Clothes were made from plant materials,
hides, and fur.
Winter House
Summer House
Southwest (Hopi) Indians
- Lived in the hot, dry desert in
present-day Arizona.
- Farmed for food
- Homes were made from stones
and mud called pueblos.
- Clothes were made from cotton
they grew.
Plains (Pawnee) Indians
- Lived in the Great Plains
- Hunted and farmed for food
- Homes were tepees made out
of animal hides.
- Clothes were made from
buffalo hides.
Rocky
Mountains
Southeastern (Seminole) Indians
- Lived in the warm, wet climate of
Florida
- Farmed, hunted, fished, and
gathered for food
- Homes used palmetto trees with
open walls called chickees.
- Clothes were made from plant
material and hides.
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