The Powhatan Indians of the Eastern Woodland Region. S.O.L.’s 2.2 and 2.4. Homes of the Powhatan Indians. Wood and Bark Houses Wigwams, Lodges, and Longhouses. How did the Powhatan Indians travel?. Walked Paddled Canoes. How did they survive?. They were fishermen, hunters, and farmers.
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The Powhatan Indians of the Eastern Woodland Region S.O.L.’s 2.2 and 2.4
Homes of the Powhatan Indians • Wood and Bark Houses • Wigwams, Lodges, and Longhouses
How did the Powhatan Indians travel? • Walked • Paddled Canoes
How did they survive? • They were fishermen, hunters, and farmers.
What types of food did they eat? • They ate corn, beans, squash, turkey, bear, and deer.
What was the weather like in the Eastern Woodland region? • Mild Winters • Hot, humid Summers
Land • Rivers • Hills • Mountains • Coastland
What type of plant life would you see? • Forests • Variety of plant life
What did the Powhatan Indians use the forest for? • They built tools their homes, and canoes from forest materials.
Let’s Review: • 1. What were the homes of the Powhatan Indians called? • 2. Where did the Powhatan Indians live? • 3. How did the Powhatan Indians travel? • 4. What types of foods did they eat? • 5. What was their land like?