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Social Studies   Chapter 3  <br />Wampanoag<br />
What do you notice about this Wampanoag?<br />His hair is long and in braids.  He has animal fur shaped into a headdress.<...
What is being made?<br />A   wetu!<br />
Where are we?<br />We are inside a wetu or longhouse looking at the smoke hole .  <br />
How would the Wampanoag make these designs and colors?<br />They would dye the straw with berries  and weave the straw by ...
What type of dwelling is this and who lives here?<br />This is a longhouse which is the winter home of the Wampanoag.  The...
What do you see?<br />A Wampanoag garden.<br />What would the wooden structure be used for?<br />A young Wampanoag boy wou...
What has been planted?<br />The three sisters:  beans, corn and squash.<br />
What is this Wampanoag doing?<br />He is making a mishoon which we call a canoe.<br />How do you make a mishoon?<br />Cut ...
What would these tools be used for?<br />
FISHING!<br />
What are these tools made from?<br />stone <br />and <br />animal bone<br />
Who would play with this toy?<br />A young wampanoag girl.<br />What is it made of?<br />An animal’s hide.<br />
What is happening in these photos?<br />This is a compost heap!<br />What do you see in the compost heap?<br />This is an ...
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  1. 1. Social Studies Chapter 3 <br />Wampanoag<br />
  2. 2. What do you notice about this Wampanoag?<br />His hair is long and in braids. He has animal fur shaped into a headdress.<br />
  3. 3. What is being made?<br />A wetu!<br />
  4. 4. Where are we?<br />We are inside a wetu or longhouse looking at the smoke hole . <br />
  5. 5. How would the Wampanoag make these designs and colors?<br />They would dye the straw with berries and weave the straw by hand. <br />
  6. 6. What type of dwelling is this and who lives here?<br />This is a longhouse which is the winter home of the Wampanoag. They would live in this dwelling with parents, siblings, grandparents, aunts, uncles and cousins.<br />
  7. 7. What do you see?<br />A Wampanoag garden.<br />What would the wooden structure be used for?<br />A young Wampanoag boy would sit on the top of the wooden structure to scare away animals that may want to eat what is planted in the garden.<br />
  8. 8. What has been planted?<br />The three sisters: beans, corn and squash.<br />
  9. 9. What is this Wampanoag doing?<br />He is making a mishoon which we call a canoe.<br />How do you make a mishoon?<br />Cut down a large tree and burn out the center. As the fire burns; scrape the burnt wood to hollow out the center.<br />
  10. 10. What would these tools be used for?<br />
  11. 11. FISHING!<br />
  12. 12. What are these tools made from?<br />stone <br />and <br />animal bone<br />
  13. 13. Who would play with this toy?<br />A young wampanoag girl.<br />What is it made of?<br />An animal’s hide.<br />
  14. 14. What is happening in these photos?<br />This is a compost heap!<br />What do you see in the compost heap?<br />This is an outside cooking fire.<br />Crab and quahog shells<br />
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