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Native american cultures
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Native american cultures

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  • 1. Native American Cultures
  • 2. The Seven Culture Groups Southeastern Eastern Woodlands Great Plains Southwestern Arctic/Subarctic California/Great Basin Northwest Coast (Pacific Northwest)
  • 3. Southeastern Located in Southeastern U.S. Tribal groups include: Creek Cherokee Choctaw Chickasaw Natchez Seminole Traditionally were farmers and hunters. Lived in small villages and towns.
  • 4. Eastern Woodlands Lived in Northeastern and Midwestern U.S. Tribal groups include: Iroquois Huron Shawnee Algonquin Were farmers, hunters and fur trappers. Lived in small villages and towns. Built community longhouses.
  • 5. Great Plains Lived between the Mississippi River and Rocky Mountains. Tribal Groups include: Sioux Comanche Omaha Cheyenne Crow Blackfoot Were nomadic hunters. Relied heavily on the buffalo.
  • 6. Southwestern Lived in Southwestern U.S. Tribal groups include: Navajo Apache Hopi Farmed in the river valleys of Arizona and New Mexico Some of the earliest archeological evidence we have comes from this cullture group
  • 7. Arctic/Subarctic Lived in Northern U.S./Canada Tribal groups include: Beaver Cree Inuit Aleut Survive in freezing temperatures by fishing and hunting. These people use limited available resources in ingenius ways.
  • 8. California/Great Basin Lived in Western U.S. between the Great Plains and the West Coast. Tribal Groups include: Nez Perce' Shoshone Nomadic hunters, living in a very rugged, dry area with harsh weather. Culturally similar to the Plains Indians
  • 9. Northwest Coast (Pacific Northwest) Lived along the coast of modern-day Washington, Oregon, Alaska, British Columbia Tribal groups include: Tlingits Bella Coolas Coos Expert fishermen, craftsmen and very shrewd traders.

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