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First Nations Living

First Nations Living. Longhouse. open fires down the centre for cooking and heat (no chimneys – small holes in roof instead – still very smoky inside). Efficient use of space – sleeping platforms with storage space underneath Storage containers, tools, clothes – made from natural environment

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First Nations Living

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  1. First Nations Living

  2. Longhouse • open fires down the centre for cooking and heat (no chimneys – small holes in roof instead – still very smoky inside). • Efficient use of space – sleeping platforms with storage space underneath • Storage containers, tools, clothes – made from natural environment • Food stored for winter

  3. Tools and Equipment • Stones and animal bones to cut and dig • Dishes and pots made from wood • Storage containers from birch bark

  4. Crops • The three sisters: Corn, beans, squash • Meat, fish, berries

  5. Trade • Huron and Algonquin people depended on their trading arrangements for survival.

  6. Hides • What are hides? • (animal skins) • What did Natives make out of hides? • (blankets, vests, jackets, pants, coats, shoes (moccasins)) • What do we make out of hides today? • (shoes, purses, belts, coats)

  7. Vocabulary What do you remember from our lessons so far?

  8. Pay close Attention!! You will work on filling in these definitions by yourself after this presentation.

  9. St. Lawrence River • is more than 3000 km long and flows from Lake ______ to the Ocean. Ontario Atlantic

  10. Great Lakes resh • are together the largest body of f water in the world. The five Great Lakes are: S , M , H , E , and O . They are part of an important transp system. uperior ichigan uron rie ntario ortation

  11. Aboriginal People or First Nations • The f people to live in an area or c. irst ountry

  12. Village • a small c of people who live in the same area. ommunity

  13. Crops • p that are grown and gathered for f. Some of Ontario’s crops are c, a, and carrots. lants ood orn pples

  14. Longhouse • a home that several Huron families sh made from w and bark. ared ood

  15. Palisade ence • a high f made of wooden p that are pushed into the ground. The H people built these around their villages for pr. oles uron otection

  16. Trade • when you buy, sell, or ex something. change

  17. Hide • the s of an animal. The Aboriginal people used hides for c , footwear, and blankets. kin lothing

  18. How did you do? • Now you will get a copy of these definitions to fill in yourself with the missing words. • I hope you paid close attention. • Good Luck!!!

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