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American History - 8th grade - native cultural regions

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Northwest Coast
south Oregon to Canada
Northwest Coast
food from sea and forest
Northwest Coast
large houses made of wood and bark
California
southern Oregon to Baja
California
salmon and trapping for food
California
houses out of wood frames and reed coverings
Great Basin
east of California between SIerra Nevada and Rocky mountains
Great Basin
ate plants, birds, insects
Great Basin
temporary houses with willow poles and reeds
Plateau
Canada, North Cascades to west and Rockies in the east
Plateau
plants and fish are main source of food
Plateau
homes built partly underground and used logs covered with saplings, reeds and mud
Southwest
Arizona, New Mexico, Utah, Colorade, Texas, Oklahoma
Southwest
adobe pueblos
Southwest
hunted, farmed corn
Great Plains
Rocky Mountains to Mississippi
Great Plains
relied on buffalo for food and other things
Great Plains
made teepees
Eastern Woodlands
Mississippi RIver to Atlantic and Canada to NOeth Carolina
Eastern Woodlands
Longhouses 20 feet by 100 feet
Eastern Woodlands
Iroquois and Algonquin
Eastern Woodlands
farmed and hunted
Native Woodlands
Ohio River Valley to the Gulf of Mexico
Native Woodlands
hunted, gathered, and grew corn
Native Woodlands
mounds for shelter, storage and burials