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  1. North American Cultural Map Activity Created by Mr. Stephenson Continue Presentation

  2. North American Cultural Map Continue

  3. The 10 Different Native American Cultural Groups of North America Click on each group to find out more about that group Northwest Subarctic Plateau Arctic Great Plains Southeast Northeast Southwest Great Basin California

  4. Arctic Cultural Group • Food: Mainly seals, but also sea otters and fish. • How food was obtained: Hunting and Fishing. • Housing: Igloos Back to Main Cultural Group Menu

  5. Subarctic Cultural Group • Food: Caribou, elk, moose, fish, seals, nuts, and fruit. Favorite dish was Pemmican which was made from dried meat. • How food was obtained: Hunting, Fishing, and Gathering. • Housing: Lean–to Houses Back to Main Cultural Group Menu

  6. Northwest Cultural Group • Food: Lots of fish, acorns, and camas root. Seafood and fish included porpoises, seals, sea otters, salmon, halibut, cod, clams, oysters, mussels, crabs, and even a few large whales. • How food was obtained: Mainly fishing and gathering. • Housing: Plank houses Back to Main Cultural Group Menu

  7. Plateau Cultural Group • Food: Edible vegetables and fruits, including camassia, bitterroot, kouse root, serviceberry, chokecherry, huckleberry, and wild strawberry. Meat included salmon. Occasionally, they hunted bison, deer, and elk. • How food was obtained: Mainly gathering, with some fishing and hunting. • Housing: Pit houses Back to Main Cultural Group Menu

  8. Great Plains Cultural Group • Food: Hunters sought bison (buffalo), wolves, deer. Farmers grew corn, beans, and squash. • How food was obtained: Hunting AND Farming. • Housing: Hunters used tepees, Farmers used Earth lodges (try to glue both types on packet). Back to Main Cultural Group Menu

  9. Northeast Cultural Group • Food: corn (maize), beans, squash, deer, fish (mainly salmon), waterbirds, leaves, seeds, tubers, berries, roots, nuts, and maple syrup. • How food was obtained: Mainly hunting and gathering. • Housing: Longhouses Back to Main Cultural Group Menu

  10. Great Basin Cultural Group • Food: Mainly roots like the camas plant (like onions), and sunflower seeds. Meat, when possible, included bighorn sheep, antelope, deer, bison, squirrels and rabbits. • How food was obtained: Mainly gathering, some hunting. • Housing: Hogan type houses Back to Main Cultural Group Menu

  11. California Cultural Group • Food: Mainly acorns, but also included buckeye, pinion nuts, and native grasses. Meat included deer, elk, rabbits, and sometimes salmon. • How food was obtained: Mainly gathering, but they also hunted. • Housing: Wigwams AND Wickiups (try to glue both types on the packet). Back to Main Cultural Group Menu

  12. Southwest Cultural Group • Food: Mainly corn, but also squash, beans, and sunflower. Very little meat. • How food was obtained: Farming. • Housing: Pueblo type clay houses. Back to Main Cultural Group Menu

  13. Southeast Cultural Group • Food: Wild meat, especially wild hogs and white-tailed deer. Grains included corn, beans, pumpkins, dried fruit, and nuts. • How food was obtained: Mainly hunting and gathering. • Housing: Houses using “Wattle and Daub” building techniques. Back to Main Cultural Group Menu