Native American Tribes. Each region had different natural resources. Each culture group used the natural resources in its region to meet its needs. Native Americans used natural resources to meet their needs. trees. water. stones. buffalo.
Each region had different natural resources.
Each culture group used the natural resources in its region to meet its needs.
Native Americans used natural resourcesto meet their needs.
Natural resources are things in nature that people can use.
Buffalo were a natural resource in the Plains region. The meat was used for food. The skins were used for shelters and clothing. The bones were used for tools.
The group of Native American known as the Woodland Indians is made up of several tribes. These are some of the major tribes.
Delaware Wampanoag Huron
Mohawk Oneida Onondaga
Cayuga Seneca Tuscarora
Dyed quills decorated moccasins in red, blue and violet. These are Seneca quilled moccasins
This is a picture of the traditional dress of men in many of the Eastern Woodland tribes.
Corn, beans, and squash were the most important crops planted. They were know as “The Three Sisters” as they were also grown together.
Cliff Palace the Eastern Woodland tribes.
Kiva the Eastern Woodland tribes.
Underground ceremonial chambers
The Pacific Northwest the Eastern Woodland tribes.
The Northwest Coast region had many forests. The Native Americans in this region used wood from the forests to carve tall totem poles.
The carvings on each totem pole told about a family’s history.
Indians from the Northwest Coast hunted sea animals in the Pacific Ocean.
There were many salmon in the rivers for them to eat.They also hunted animals in nearby forests.
Inuits (Eskimo): Pacific Ocean.
Lived in Tundra
Winter Seal Hunting Pacific Ocean.
Inuit Fur Clothing Pacific Ocean.
Inuit Diet Pacific Ocean.
All are high in protein and fat