The Northwest and the Arctic Indians - Weebly

The Northwest and the Arctic Indians - Weebly

The Pacific Northwest and the Arctic Indians Lesson 4 River Traders In the Northwest there was little agriculture.

Instead there were many fish, deer and other animals. The true staple is seafood. These Indians were hunters/gatherers and they used trees in the forests to make boats, houses and tools. Indians used the rivers in the Northwest to

trade goods. Dugout The Chinook Tribe The Chinooks were a tribe that are known

for their trading. They developed a language for trading so that all Indian tribes could understand the business. The Chinooks traded fish, shells, furs, oil, boats, masks and jewelry. Their villages were homes made of rows of

long wooden houses with no windows. This is called a pit house. Makahs Tribe Makahs were coastal people (they lived by the ocean) and hunted whales at sea.

They made spears and went to sea in their wooden boats to hunt whales for food and oil. The Makahs lived in wooden houses along the shore.

Kwakiutl Tribe Kwakiutls lived near the Pacific Ocean. This tribe only captured whales if the whales washed up on shore. They did not hunt them. They fished. The Kwakiutls also lived in wooden

homes on the shore. The Kwakiutls were some of the best woodcarvers. They made totem poles. Totem poles are wood carvings that show a familys history.

The Inuit Tribe The Inuit lived in the Arctic. The land was a frozen tundra. It was too cold to farm so these

people got most of their food and shelter from animals they hunted like seal, walrus, and caribou. Some Inuit built igloos to live in and others made tents made of thick animal skin.

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