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The Sub Arctic Indians. By Zackary R. Sub Arctic Region. The Great Bear Lake is the biggest lake in Canada. The Sub Arctic Indians live where there’s flat frozen land all year long. Animals. Where the Sub Arctic tribe lives, there’s a lot of big animals.

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The Sub Arctic Indians

By Zackary R.


Sub Arctic Region

  • The Great Bear Lake is the biggest lake in Canada. The Sub Arctic Indians live where there’s flat frozen land all year long.


Animals

  • Where the Sub Arctic tribe lives, there’s a lot of big animals.

  • The animals in the Sub Arctic region are bear and moose.

  • Another large animal is caribou.


Climate

  • It is very cold in the Arctic region in winter.

  • The climate is around –50 degrees Fahrenheit.

  • In summer it’s around 50 degrees Fahrenheit.


Food

  • Sub Arctic Indians eat moose, caribou, and salmon.

  • They also eat bears, fish, beavers, and berries.


Shelter: Cabins

  • The Western tribes lived in cabins.

  • The cabins were made out of planks and out of rope.

  • The door was a hole.


Shelter: Wigwam

  • The Eastern tribes lived in wigwams.

  • Wigwams are made out of animal skins, trees, and bark.


Clothing

  • Men wore leather t-shirts and women wore leather dresses made out of caribou skins.

  • They made slippers called moccasins and they also wore snow shoes in winter.


Family life

  • In winter, the women made clothing and the kids went to school just like us.


European Influence

  • The Europeans traded beans, clothing, and other goods for animal furs and art work.

  • The Europeans traded at trading booths.


Sub Arctic Indians Today

  • The Sub Arctic Indians are now mining.

  • They’re also harvesting wild rice and also trapping animals.


Other

  • The Sub Arctic Indians made art work to trade with other Indians that liked the art work.


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