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Northwest Pacific Indians. By Zak, Cody, Kassi. Tribes. Lummi Indians Makah Indians Nootka Indians Puget Sound Salish Indians Quileute Indians Quinault Indians Shasta Indians Skokomish Indians Tolowa Indians Tututni Indians Willapa Indians Wiyot Indians Yurok Indians.

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northwest pacific indians

Northwest PacificIndians

By Zak, Cody, Kassi

tribes
Tribes

Lummi Indians

Makah Indians

Nootka Indians

Puget Sound Salish Indians

Quileute Indians

Quinault Indians

Shasta Indians

Skokomish Indians

Tolowa Indians

Tututni Indians

Willapa Indians

Wiyot Indians

Yurok Indians

Pacific Northwest

Achomawi Indians

Chemakum Indians

Chukchansi Indians

Clayoquot Indians

Coast Salish Indians

Cowichan Indians

Haida Indians

Hupa Indians

Hesquiat Indians

Karok Indians

Klamath Indians

Koskimo Indians

Kwakiutl Indians

region
Region
  • Northwest Pacific
  • Pacific shore
  • They lived in now what is Alaska down the coast to northern California. This was a rugged strip of land with many small islands, deep inlets an narrow beaches. Mountains rise to the shore in many places. Thick forest of spruce cedar an fir dominate the area supplying an endless supply of wood.
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Food
  • Fish
  • Salmon
  • Sea Otter
  • Seal
  • Whale. Flounder, sturgeon
clothing
clothing
  • The men wore fiber rain capes an skin robes, along with breech clouts
  • The men tattooed there arms with dentailum, which is a shell strung together an used as money.
  • The women wore basketry hats rain capes sleeveless jackets an some skin robes.
  • The fiber clothing was made from woven strips of bark.
living
Living
  • Most villages consisted of large rectangular houses with 30 to 40 people living in them.
  • They were made by plank sides gabled In the north. The posts usually were carved an decorated.
  • In each house there lived about 7 families an each had the space of a barn stall.
  • Totem poles stood in front of the house to show the titles of the head of the house hold .
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sources

  • http://memory.loc.gov/ammem/award98/ienhtml/tribes.html
  • http://www.native-languages.org/clothing.htm
  • http://www.freespiritgallery.ca/salmons.htm
  • http://www.freespiritgallery.ca/northwestsalmon.htm
  • http://www.mce.k12tn.net/indians/reports3/northwest.htm