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  • http://www.nativeamericans.com/NativeAmericanImages6.htm
  • http://www.ekologik.com/images/photo_sylvie11.jpg (Photo Credit) http://faculty.ehshouston.org/spoteet/World%20Religion%20Student%20Projects/Inuits/inuits.html (Great Additional Information about the Inuits)
  • http://www.civilization.ca/aborig/nwca/nwcah02e.html http://www.island.net/~kennmac/mudge.htm
  • http://www.quartermasterdesign.com/coastal/04b.jpg
  • http://www.americanindians.com/sioux_1.jpg
  • http://www.nal.usda.gov/speccoll/images1/bodmer.html http://www.pschulze.com/subweb/lakotawoman7/lakota_indians.htm
  • http://www.indianstyle.de/images/siouxwarrior1.gif
  • http://www.cliffdwellerslodge.com/PricesCntnt.html
  • http://www.eartharchitecture.org/archives/Pueblo.jpg
  • http://wisplants.uwsp.edu/habitat/photosbig/Southern%20mesic%20forest,%20Vernon%20Co.%20(Bridge%208),%2087-05-24_EJE.jpg
  • http://www.mohicanpress.com/tattoo_gallery_8.html
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  • http://www.nativecelebs.com/gallery/albums/intothewest/teepee.jpg


  • 1. Native Americans USI.3a
  • 2. The Inuit
  • 3. The Inuit
    • The lands where the Inuit live is cold and harsh.  They have long cold winters and short, cool summers. There is a lot of snow.  On the average there are between 15 and 90 inches of snow each year.  The snow doesn't melt until spring, and winter storms can force people to remain inside for days at a time.
  • 4. Inuit Village
  • 5. Kwakiutl Inhabited the Pacific Northwest coast, characterized by a rainy, mild climate
  • 6.  
  • 7. Sea Side village
  • 8. LAKOTA Inhabited the interior of the United States, called the Great Plains and characterized by dry grasslands.
  • 9. LAKOTA The Lakota people lived in hand made teepees, and hunted buffalo as a source of food, shelter, and warmth
  • 10. LAKOTA The Lakota people were nomadic
  • 11. Pueblo Inhabited the southwest in present day New Mexico and Arizona. They lived in desert areas bordering cliffs and mountains.
  • 12. Pueblo
  • 13. Pueblo
  • 14. Iroquois Inhabited northeast North America, or the Eastern Woodland, which is heavily forested.
  • 15. Iroquois Their shelter was made of natural resources. This is a picture of a replica longhouse.
  • 16. Iroquois
  • 17. Native Americans
    • For food, they fished, hunted, and harvested crops for food.
  • 18.
    • Their clothing was made from animal skins and plants
    Native Americans
  • 19. Native Americans
    • The shelter was made of resources found in their environment:
    • wood, animal skins, stones, sod
  • 20.
    • The American Indians met their basic needs by
      • Purchasing government land
      • Using resources in their environment
      • Purchasing goods and services
      • Manufacturing their basic needs
    Review Questions Answer: B
  • 21.
    • These First Americans lived in a desert region, often living in the cliffs and mountains.
      • Iroquois
      • Inuit
      • Kwakiutl
      • Pueblo
    Answer: D
  • 22.
    • These Native Americans lived in the north east region of the United States known as the Eastern Woodlands.
      • Pueblo
      • Iroquois
      • Lakota
      • Inuit
    Answer: B
  • 23.
    • These Native Americans lived in the Great Plains region of the United States.
      • Iroquois
      • Lakota
      • Inuit
      • Kwakiutl
    Answer: B
  • 24.
    • Which of the following was NOT used by Native Americans for shelter?
      • A. Animal Skins
      • Sod
      • Bricks
      • Wood
    Answer: C