NATIVE AMERICAN BY: Sara Stark
Inuit They ate seal , walrus , whale , fish , polar bear , and caribou. They wore parkas for their clothing. They also mostly lived in igloos. Their climate was very , very cold. They were also permanent. They were located in Alaska , Canada , and Greenland.
Nez Perce They were located in Oregon , Washington , Idaho. Their climate was warm. They hunted deer ,moose , bear, mountain sheep , and goat. They wore buck skin for clothing. Their shelter was mostly longhouses. The Nez Perce were permanent.
Kwakitul They were located in the pacific northwest. They had a warm climate. They ate fish and other ocean animals. They wore shirts , aprons , waterproof capes , and hats. They lived in longhouses for shelter. The Kwakiutl were permanent.
Hopi The Hopi were located in Utah , Colorado , Neveda , and Texas. Their climate was warm and dry. They ate corn , bean , and squash. Their clothing was buck skin. The Hopi lived in towns called pueblo’s and houses called adobe’s. The Hopi were permanent.
Seminole The Seminole lived in the southeast region. They had a warm climate. They ate corn , beans , and squash and hunted deer , bear, racoon , squierl , and birds. They wore colorful cotton with striped or plaid designs. The Seminole lived in chickees for shelter. They were also permanent.
Pawnee The Pawnee were located in the western region. They lived in a warm climate. They hunted buffalo and raised corn , beans , and squash. The Pawnee used buffalo skins for clothing. They lived in teepees for shelter. The Pawnee were both permanent and nomad.