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Native Americans Map_2012

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  • 1. FILL IN THE BLANKS: Northwest Culture, Northeast Woodlands Culture, Southwest Culture, Arctic, Great Plains Culture _________________________ ___________________________ Geographic Features Geographic Features • Tundra, ice covered Plateau Culture • No trees • • Geographic Features • Cold winters, gentle summers _____________________________ _________________________ Geographic FeaturesGeographic Features • Cold winters• Cold winters, cool summers •• California Culture Southeast CultureGeographic Features Geographic Features• Rainy winters, hot dry summers • Warm, humid summers; mild winters Key: The dashed lines show the land form regions. The solid lines show the different Native American groups. Great Basin Culture _______________________________ Geographic Features • Between two mountain ranges Geographic Features • Canyons, mountains, desert •Updated 06/06/02 1
  • 2. FILL IN THE BLANKS: Northwest Culture, Northeast Woodlands Culture, Southwest Culture, Arctic, Great Plains CultureARCTIC ____GREAT PLAINS____Geographic Features• Tundra, ice covered Taiga forests Geographic FeaturesECONOMY: hunters, fishers Plateau Culture • No trees, plains, rolling hillsHousing: ice block or sod houses • Hot summers & cold winters Geographic Features Economy: hunting • Cold winters, gentle summers Food: buffalo Housing: teepees NORTHEAST WOODLANDSNORTHWEST Geographic Features • Cold winters, humid, temperate • forestGeographic Features Economy: farming, hunting• Cold winters, cool summers; rainy Food: maize, deer• Coastal forest Housing: longhousesEconomy gathering, huntingFood: fish, whale, deer, berriesHousing – large wooden houses California Culture Southeast CultureGeographic Features Geographic Features• Rainy winters, hot dry summers • Warm, humid summers; mild winters Key: The dashed lines show the land form regions. The solid lines show the different Native American groups. Great Basin Culture SOUTHWEST Geographic Features • Between two mountain ranges Geographic Features • Canyons, mountains, desert, hot and dry • Mesas with flat plains Economy: hunting, farming Food: maize Housing: adobe (sun dried clay mud) buildings either on cliff walls in in clusters called pueblosUpdated 06/06/02 2

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