lived in the central coastal area (San Joaquin Valley)
some lived in pit homes built partly underground to protect them from hot or cold weather.
burned parts of their land each year to keep the soil fertile
main food came from hunting wild game and gathered acorns
practised special care of their land to ensure a good supply of animals and plants
lived in the North East part of California
gathered pond lillies from lakes for food
made canoes by hollowing logs
hunted small animals with nets
modoc and yorok
fished and hunted
lived in the northwest part of California
expert boat builders
their food was nuts, acorns and berries from the forest
house built out of red wood trees
their wealth was shown by shells, property and jewelry
their main food came from fishing and hunting
made large light tomols
they carved items from stone, and painted pictures on rocks
lived on the coast
women took care of their children
women prepared food
women made baskets
the village was quite large up to 1,000 people
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