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Nez perce. By Lille, Shay, and Manuel. What Nez Perce ate…. Salmon and other fish. Wild carrots and potatoes. Dried berries, nuts, and dry meat. Sheep, bears, elk, and other deer. . About the Name. Nez Perce is pronounced Nay- Persay .

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nez perce

Nez perce

By Lille, Shay, and Manuel.

what nez perce ate
What Nez Perce ate…

Salmon and other fish.

Wild carrots and potatoes.

Dried berries, nuts, and dry meat.

Sheep, bears, elk, and other deer.

about the name
About the Name
  • Nez Perce is pronounced Nay-Persay.
  • They called themselves Nimiipuu (Nee-Mee-Poo) which means “The People”.
  • The name Nez Perce was given to the Nimiipuu by the Lewis and Clark expedition in 1805.
  • The name Nez Perce means pierced nose, but they really didn’t pierce their noses.
where did they live
Where did theylive?
  • They lived in long houses and tepees.
  • In the summer they lived in mountain meadows.
  • In the winter they moved to warm valleys.
  • They lived in parts of Washington, Oregon, and Idaho.
what did the nezperce wear
What did the NezPercewear?
  • The Nez Perce men wore long buckskin shirts with breech cloth, leggings, and moccasins.
  • The women wore doeskin dresses that were dyed or decorated with moccasins that went up to their knees.