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The Kwakiutl Indians. F ood. The Kwakiutl ate fish, hunted deer. They didn’t grow anything. The woman had a part and collected shellfish, seaweed, and berries. The Kwakiutl fished the most out of any thing. They mostly caught salmon and see animals in there canoes. Tools and weapons.

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f ood
Food
  • The Kwakiutl ate fish, hunted deer.
  • They didn’t grow anything.
  • The woman had a part and collected shellfish, seaweed, and berries.
  • The Kwakiutl fished the most out of any thing. They mostly caught salmon and see animals in there canoes.
tools and weapons
Tools and weapons
  • The Kwakiutl used harpoons, nets, and fish traps made out of wood.
  • They used bows, spears, and war clubs for hunting.
  • Kwakiutl warriors wore armor made out of rods to protect them from enemy archers.
kwakiutl crafts
Kwakiutl crafts
  • Kwakiutl are known for there fine woven baskets.
  • They are also known for wood carving masks and totem carvings.
  • There is a whole website about Kwakiutl dance masks
clothing
Clothing.
  • Kwakiutl used deer skin and fur for clothing.
  • They also used feathers for head bands.
  • They would use fish skin.
  • For shoes they used wood for the bottom and plants for the top!
transportation
Transportation.
  • On land they traveled by walking and horses.
  • When they traveled on water they used canoes made out of cedar logs.
  • also they used canoes for fishing, trading, hunting, and warfare.
family life
Family life.
  • The children go to school, help around the house, go hunting or fishing with their father.
  • Women gathered plants, or herds, and clams.
  • both men and women took their part in story telling.
language
language
  • The real name for Kwakiutl is kwakwaka’wakw.
  • Kwakwaka’wakw means the people who speak kwak’wala .
  • 4 % of kwakiutl speak Kwakiutls native language.
what contributions have kwakiutl made to the present day
What contributions have kwakiutl made to the present day?
  • They used pots to cook in like we do today.
  • They used weapons like we do today like bow and arrows.
  • They used canoes like we do today!
ceremonies
Ceremonies
  • There was a date In winter where they would have numerous ceremonies.
  • Also in winter there was a ceremony that greeted new members of the tribe.
bibliography
bibliography
  • Slide 2 isfrom http://www.radford.edu/~csutphin/EDET%20640/kwakiutl.htmn
  • Slide 3, and 4 are from http://bigorrin.org/kwakiutl_kids.htm
  • Slide 5, 6, 7 are from

http://sites.google.com/a/balboamagnet.com/kwakiutl-dsigler/clothing

9 and 10 are from

http://www.mnsu.edu/emusem/cultral/northamerica/kwakiutl