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  1. Pomo By: James

  2. Table of Contents What are there houses made of what was there culture like how did they live what did they celebrate and how What did they hunt How many Pomos were there? About the Author References Photo Credit: Clip art

  3. This presentation is dedicated to… My mom and dad for encouraging me. Also thanks to Ms. Bailey for helping me the most ,and Ms.Valstine for giving me time in reading and social studies. Back to Table of Contents

  4. What did the Pomos eat ? You were probably wondering what the Pomo ate. They ate acorns, berry's, bulbs, seaweed, fish, shellfish, deer, and elk. I learned that the Pomo ate a lot of things. I feel the Pomo got tired of the same things. I think they had a hard time sharing! Food! Back to Table of Contents Photo Credit: Clip art

  5. What are there houses made of ? Did you know that there houses were made out of dry grass supported by bent poles. They built fires for warmth and cooking. I learned what there houses are made of. I feel that there warm in there houses. I think they all lived together in the winter. AAAAA there’s A fire !!!!! Back to Table of Contents Photo Credit: clip art

  6. What was there culture like ? I bet you were wondering what was there culture like. I was. For entertainment the Pomo had many dances and made baskets. I learned that the Pomo made baskets for fun. I feel for the Pomo making baskets was fun for them. I think learning about cultures is fun. • The Pomo were very fashonable Back to Table of Contents Photo Credit: clip art

  7. How did they live? I bet you were wondering how they lived. Woman skillfully constructed baskets basket’s for collecting foods. I learned that the Pomo made baskets for fun. I feel making baskets is for fun and for collecting foods. I think if the Pomo selled the baskets they would get money! They had many dances Back to Table of Contents Photo Credit: clip art

  8. What did the pomo celebrate and how? I bet you were wondering what they believed. They believed that plants, animals and places of there territory had living sprits. I learned that they believed plants plants and animals had living sprits. I feel that the animals just plain animals. I though the pomos were smart. They dressed up for wedings Back to Table of Contents Photo Credit: Clip art

  9. What did they hunt ? I bet you were wondering what the pomo hunted. They ate deer, fish and rabbit. But most of all acorns. I learned the pomo hunted to eat not to trade. I feel that there food tasted like blood I think it took a long time to find food. Men hunted many things Back to Table of Contents Photo Credit: clip art

  10. How many pomos were there ? I bet you were wondering how many Pomos there were. In 1851 there were 4,000 Pomos. I feel there was kind of a lot of Pomos.I learned there was a lot of Pomos. I think the Pomos were in big groups. Back to Table of Contents Photo Credit: clip art

  11. About James Hi my name Is James and I like many things. But my favorite thing is sports. Every time there’s a sports game on I always watch it. But my favorite sport Is basketball. Another thing you should know about me is that my favorite thing is all of my friends, my teachers. But most of all my family. Last but not least I love to ride my dirt bike. Once I fell off and got a boo boo. Back to Table of Contents

  12. My References Back to Table of Contents