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Eastern Woodlands Plains Region Southwest Region Northwest Region

Eastern Woodlands Plains Region Southwest Region Northwest Region

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Eastern Woodlands Plains Region Southwest Region Northwest Region

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  1. Native Americans Who Settled in the United States of America Eastern Woodlands Plains Region Southwest Region Northwest Region

  2. Eastern Woodlands Native Americans Location Boundaries from N to S-Maine to Florida Boundaries from E to W-Atlantic Ocean to the Mississippi River Climate NORTHSOUTH Summers- Hot and humid Summers- Hot and humid Winters- Very cold and snowy Winters- Cool and mild

  3. TRIBES Algonquin Abnaki Penobscot Wampanog Mohegan Mahican Delaware (Lenni Lenape) Powhatton Ojibwa (Chippewa) Iroquois Seneca Onondaga Cayuga Oneida Mohawk Tuscarora Eastern Woodlands Native Americans • Seminoles

  4. Eastern Woodlands Native Americans Dwellings WigwamLonghouseChickee Algonquian Iroquouis Seminoles Tribes Tribes Tribes

  5. FOOD FARMING/ GATHERING Three Sisters Corn, beans, squash Fruit, nuts, maple syrup HUNTING Deer, bear, moose, ducks, geese, turkey, fish CLOTHING Made from: Animal Skins (TANNING) Fur Plant fibers Types of Clothing: Skirts, leggings, dresses, breechcloths, capes Moccasins (soft) Clothing was often embroidered with porcupine quills or shells Eastern Woodlands Native Americans

  6. Eastern Woodlands Native Americans Transportation They traveled: • On foot • In canoes • By horse (only after the Europeans came to this country)

  7. MEN Hunted/Fished Built longhouses Defended against intruders Instructed the boys WOMEN Cooked/Sewed Planted and tended to the crops Built wigwams Tanned hides Instructed the girls Raised the family Gathered sap, fruits, nuts Eastern Woodlands Native Americans JOBS

  8. Eastern Woodlands Native Americans CRAFTS • Birch bark baskets • Bowls and utensils made from wood or clay • Masks • Dreamcatchers

  9. Eastern Woodlands Native Americans Definitions: • Wampum- is a belt made from purple and white clam shells; it was used as money to trade for materials • Calumet- a peace pipe • Reservation- an area of land assigned to Native American tribes to live by the US Government