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Mrs. Walsh's Social Studies test

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Kwakiutl
Region: Pacific Northwest Coast
Kwakiutl
Relative Location: Oregon, Washington states and Canada
Kwakiutl
Climate and Enviormental Conditions: Rainy, mild climate
Kwakiutl
Shelter: Longhouses made out of wood
Kwakiutl
Natural Resources for food, Clothing or shelter: fish, deer, berries, roots, wood
Kwakiutl
Transportation: canoes, foot
Hint: lives in Pacific Northwest Coast
Kwakiutl
Topagraphy: Pacific coastline and they are near island mountains
Inuit
Region: Arctic
Inuit
Relative Location: Alaska and northern Canada
Inuit
Climate and Enviormental Conditions: Cold, harsh winters,below freezing most of the year.
Inuit
Shelter: Ice or stone houses (igloos) during winter, tents made out of animal skin during the summer
Inuit
Natural Resourses for Food, Clothing, and Shelter: Seals, fish, whales, caribou
Inuit
Transportation: foot, kayak, dog sled
Inuit
Topagraphy: Ice, snow, glaciers, tundra-frozen earth, any of the vast, nearly level treeless plains.
Lakota
Region: Great Plains
Lakota
Climate and Enviormental Conditions: dry grasslands
Lakota
Shelters: tepees made out of animal skins
Lakota
Natural Resourses for food, clothing, or shelter: buffalo, corn, beans
Lakota
Transportation: horseback (after the english brought horses), foot, canoes.
Lakota
Topagraphy: flat grasslands
Pueblo
Region: Southwest
Pueblo
Climate and Enviormental Conditions: Desert areas bordering cliffs and mountains
Pueblo
Shelter: Adobes made out of clay or dried mud
Pueblo
Natural Resources for Food, Clothing or Shelter: corn, beans, squash, clay
Pueblo
Transportation: foot, horseback (after the english brought horses)
Pueblo
Topagraphy: desert areas bordered by cliffs, mesa, moutains, and canyons

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