Tribes of the Subarctic• Include the following – Aluets – Chipewyan – Inuit(Eskimo)
Foods in the Subarctic• Include the following – Whales, sea lions, octopus, walrus, and fish. – The tribes ate these foods because these animals are full of fat, and they would add fat to their bodies, to keep warm.
Clothing of the Subarctic• Include the following – Men, women, & children would wear jackets mad of
Homes of the Subarctic• Include the following – Igloos – Describe what it was made out of – Picture of any home that is mentioned with a caption of the home it is.
Native American Religions• Believe in reincarnation – They danced and performed at ceromonies – Inuit believed caves, cliffs, and high rocks were sacred
Tradition or Ceremony of the (Subarctic)• Winter Mask Dance• Memorial Feast held for 40 days after death
A Famous Inuit• William Hensley was a Inuit leader who wondered why subarctic Native Americans weren’t in the constitution, and he became a founder of the Alaska Federation of Natives.
Interesting Facts from the (Subarctic) – Nomadic Hunters survived migration by following caribou. – They use the bones of animals for tools & utensils. – Some tribes have adapted to temperatures of -80 degrees Fahrenheit. – Inuits would communicate with spirits by playing instruments. – Shamans were feared because of their high honor.
Works Sited• Mohel, A.Early Americans. St. Louis: Milken, 2003. Print.• Cordoba, Yasmine A. Igloo. The Rourke Book Company,Inc., 2001. Print.• Staeger, Rob. Native American Religions. Mason Crest Publishers, 2003. Print.