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  • 1. By :Lexi Byrne, Addison Soat, Veronica Osorio
  • 2. Northwest Coast By: Addison Soat Veronica Osorio Lexi Byrne
  • 3. FoodIt was easy to get food in this region. What was availed in this region was oysters and clams. They picked them up at the shore. They also hunted whales. How they hunted the whales was that a group of people went out to the ocean in big canyons. They also hunted sea otters, grizzly bears ,caribou, and salmon. They were farmers too! They grew fruit. They also hunted and grew lots of other foods.
  • 4. Food they ate
  • 5. ClothingThe men wore breechcloths made out of woven grass or reed in the hot weather. In the cold weather they wore the breechcloths made out of animal skins. The women wore skirts and capes made out of woven cedar strips. They went barefoot in the hot weather. In the cold weather they made blankets out of fur. They also made coats of sheep fur and they went barefoot. There were tons of other cloths too!
  • 6. Clothes they wore
  • 7. Climate• Mild all year• Heavy rain fall• Cold• Wet
  • 8. Physical Features Pacific Ocean Ice fields Dense fir, Pinc, and Cedar forests Flat, rocky beaches
  • 9. The Tlingit has clan symbols painted on thefront of their house. Large cedar planks formedwalls and the house was faced to the sea. It wasdark inside the house because there were nowindows They built totem poles in front of therehouses. During winter they decorated there homes
  • 10. THANK YOU FOR WATCHING!!!!!!
  • 11. Thanks for Listening!!!!!!!!!