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Algonquin

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Algonquin

  1. 1. The Algonquin Tribe By Zackery Wilson
  2. 2. A Algonquin Native American
  3. 3. The Algonquin Native Americans is a very unique tribe. The other name for them is Algonkian. As you can see they use bow and arrows.
  4. 4. The Algonquin Houses
  5. 5. The Algonquin home otherwise called the wigwam is made from bark and sticks. It is also made from animal hides. For examplewhen they kill a animal they put it on. That means that theAlgonquins were very clever to use the resources around them.
  6. 6. The boat of theAlgonquin tribe
  7. 7. This is what the Algonquin indians sailed in. The canoe is made of wood. There are rails so the indians don’t lose their balance and fall off.
  8. 8. Algonquin headdress
  9. 9. This Algonquin indian has a headdress. It is also called a feather war bonnets. This headdress is made of Eaglefeathers. Headdresses are not all made of Eagle feathers.
  10. 10. A Algonquin Tool
  11. 11. Some of the tools that thealgonquins used were spears,andknives. They used the spears for fish and animals.
  12. 12. A longhouse
  13. 13. The longhouse was another homeof the Algonquin Indians. There is actually two houses of the Algonquin tribe. The first is the wigwam. Then there is a longhouses that they don’t use much.
  14. 14. Algonquin Food
  15. 15. This food is a walnut from a tree. The actual seed is inside it theseed fed the Algonquin Indians so they didn’t get hungry.
  16. 16. Squash Beans Fish What the Algonquins ate
  17. 17. The Algonquins ate fish,beans andsquash. They also ate animals that they hunted. The fish they got from the lakes around them. The squash they got from planting seeds.
  18. 18. Map showing wherethe Algonquin Indians
  19. 19. The green means the Algonquin Indians lived there. The purple is the Nipissing Tribe. The blue is the Mississaugas Tribe. The pink is the Potawatomi Indians. Next isthe pink which is the Odawa Tribe.
  20. 20. A indian dream-
  21. 21. This is a indian dream-catcherthey hung them up to protect their babies. The big holes are where the good dreams go through. The small holes are where the nightmares get stuck. The little holes make the nightmares get stuck so you don’t have them.
  22. 22. Indian legends
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  24. 24. The Algonquins
  25. 25. The only transportation of the Algonquin indians was walking. They walked everywhere. So saythat they went hunting they had to walk.
  26. 26. The Algonquin village
  27. 27. The Algonquins had villages. They met for meetings and special occasions. There was houses in the village. The houses were shaped like a circle. Then there was a fireplace in the middle

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