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Western Indians. By: Kylie, Shade, Fran, Garrett. Homes. Paiute: brush shelters Miwok: houses of wood Some Indian tribes: teepees Some Pomo tribes: teepees Ute: cone shaped houses Most Western tribes: pit houses, planks split from redwood Cherokee: teepee Navajo: hogans

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Western Indians

By: Kylie, Shade, Fran, Garrett

homes
Homes
  • Paiute: brush shelters
  • Miwok: houses of wood
  • Some Indian tribes: teepees
  • Some Pomo tribes: teepees
  • Ute: cone shaped houses
  • Most Western tribes: pit houses, planks split from redwood
  • Cherokee: teepee
  • Navajo: hogans
  • If they would moved they would use teepees because it was easy to move.
  • If they didn’t move houses of wood and other strong houses would stay up and wouldn’t fall down.
  • They used brush, redwood, and animal skins to make their homes because they were available to them.
way of life
Way of Life
  • Pomo: each tribe live in extended families
  • Most indians of the west were hunters.
  • Sometimes they settled in the same place and sometimes they moved.
  • Yokut indians made baskets, houses, boats, and mats.
  • Chumash indians made cooking tools, bowls, and clothing.
foods
Foods
  • Pomo: gathered acorns ,berries, bulbous and seaweed caught fish, and hunted deer ,elk ,rabbits, and sea lions.
  • Youkuts: Their main foods are fish ,waterfowl ,shelfish, roots ,and seeds
  • Paiute: They hunted antelope, deer ,moutainsheep , rabbits ,and other game. They also collected berries ,nuts ,nuts ,roots ,and seeds. They also fished , planted beans ,corn ,and squash
  • Shoshone: They searched for seeds ,roots , fish, birds and small animals. Such as rabbits also they ate buffalo.
  • Ute: They hunted such as antelope, buffalo, elk ,and deer. They gathered berries ,nuts , roots , and seeds.
  • Cherokee: Their main food is corn. They ate berries , nuts , squash , and fish.
  • The most common foods were roots & berries.
  • Some odd foods were roots , seaweed ,and moutainlions.
interesting facts
Interesting Facts
  • Pomos spoke 7 different languages .
  • The pomos were famous for making water tipe baskets that decorated with beeds, shells , and feathers.
  • Life ways disrupted by mining boom ,into a life stock which destroyed plant food
  • Today ,about 1,200 Yokuts live on reservation or in rancherias
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