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Chinook Indians. Dylan H. The Northwest Region. The Northwest region is very cool. It has one-hundred foot tall trees. Amazing. I would want to see that. Here’s the Chinook region. Climate. The Chinook climate isn’t too hot; it isn’t too cold. In the summer, it’s warm.

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Chinook Indians

Dylan H.


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The Northwest Region

  • The Northwest region is very cool.

  • It has one-hundred foot tall trees. Amazing. I would want to see that.

  • Here’s the Chinook region.


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Climate

  • The Chinook climate isn’t too hot; it isn’t too cold.

  • In the summer, it’s warm.

  • In winter, it’s cold. The river freezes in the winter.

  • That’s the Northwest Coastal region climate.


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Animals

  • There are many different animals in the Northwest region like salmon, sturgeon, and many more.

  • The elk in the mountains use their antlers to protect themselves.


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Plants

  • There are magnificent plants in the Northwest region.

  • Fir and cedar grow to an amazing 100 feet.

  • Fern and bushes are under the trees.

  • Together they make forests for animals.


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Food

  • The Chinook food looks delicious, especially the seafood from the Columbia River.

  • The elk and bighorn sheep in the mountains are magnificent with those big horns.

  • That’s the Chinook tribe food.


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Shelter

  • Would you like to live in a longhouse? Well I would.

  • There’s a lot of people in a longhouse.

  • It’s a very warm place because of the fire used for heat and cooking.

  • There’s also many places to sleep on the walls.

  • That’s the Chinook shelter.


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Clothing

  • The Chinook didn’t need much clothing, except in the winter.

  • They used deerskins for dresses and leggings.

  • They also wore woven rain hats and decorated clothes with teeth, claws, and porcupine quills.


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Family Life

  • The men are in charge of hunting and training dogs.

  • They held potlatches that could last for days.

  • Women were in charge of gathering roots and berries.

  • They sang, danced, and told stories for fun.


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European Influence

  • When the Europeans came to the Northwest Coastal region, they saw the Chinooks.

  • At first, they traded, and then, they stole.

  • The Europeans also forced the Chinook off their land.


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Chinook Indians Today

  • Many Chinooks still live in the Northwest region today.

  • Also, they still make canoes.

  • They also have traditional ceremonies today.

  • Many Chinooks fish or log.


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Other

  • There are lots of other interesting facts about the Chinook tribe.

  • They used a umiak to hunt at sea.

  • Also, they made, painted, and wore wooden masks during big celebrations.


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