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Southeast Region. By: Brina M, Sarah G, Dean E , and Gray M. Tribes. Creeks, Choctaws, and Seminoles. Artifact 1 (Shelter) Resources used.

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southeast region

Southeast Region

By: Brina M, Sarah G, Dean E, and Gray M

tribes
Tribes

Creeks, Choctaws, and Seminoles

artifact 1 shelter resources used
Artifact 1(Shelter)Resources used

The Seminoles built their homes called Chickees, on wooden platforms three feet above the ground so that the water wouldn’t touch their homes. The Chickees had no walls to let the breezes through.

artifact 2 clothing accessories resourses used purpose
Artifact 2 (Clothing/accessories)Resoursesused/purpose

To protect the Seminole's legs from sharp saw grass andmosquitoes, the seminoles wore leggings, made out of deerhides.

artifact 3 tool misc resources used purpose
Artifact 3 (Tool/misc.)Resources used/purpose

Seminoles made flat-bottomed dugout canoes, that they builtfrom a tree log. They hollowed it out with stone and bonescrapers.

other info
Other info

Wooden posts supported a slanted roof made of palm treeleaves.In the 1700s, the Seminoles came to live in the Evergladesswamplands of southern Florida.