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Yakama Indians By Sean, Mitchell, Logan
Transcript of Yakama Indians By Sean, Mitchell, Logan
They used long sticks and animal hide to make teepees. Underground homes called earth lodges were used when staying in one place for a long time, Teepees were used when moving or on the go.
The earth lodges were partly underground. Most Yakamas used earth lodges and used tepees when they were going to move. The Yakama Indians crafted spoons
from animal horns and antlers. They also
created traps when hunting big game so when triggered, a rock or heavy weight would fall
on top of the victim. They made hammers
from stone. Tribe members also created
arrowheads and knives from obsidian rock. Tools Weapons Clothes By Sean, Mitchell, Logan Yakama Indians Homes When fighting, they used
bow and arrows made from sticks,
string and a rock for a arrowhead.
They also used spears made from long, straight tree branches, arrow straighteners made from bone or wood, and hide glue or pitch made
from hardwood trees. Men's work Women's Work They cooked for the family and they took care of the children. Region/
Location Language The Yakama Indians spoke the language of Chinook. They are in the Plateau Region in the Northwest corner of North America. Food and Water They ate a lot of salmon and hunted deer meat,
bear meat, and elk. The Yakama women gathered
nuts, roots, and berries. CRAFT YAKAMA MEN WORE BREECH
CLOUTS WITH LEGGINGS AND SHORT BUCKSKIN SHIRTS WITH PATTERNS
OF HOLES. BOTH MEN AND WOMAN WORE MOCCASINS. IN COLDER WEATHER THEY WORE FUR ROBES AND HATS. YAKAMA WOMEN WORE FEZ-SHAPED BASKET HATS AND SOME YAKAMA WOMEN PAINTED THEIR FACES. YAKAMA MEN didn't USUALLY PAINT OR TATTOO THEMSELVES. YAKAMA FISHERMEN MADE SPEARS, NETS, AND WOODEN FISH TRAPS. THEY ALSO MADE BASKET CRAFTS AND WOOD CARVINGS. THANK YOU FOR WATCHING THE END The Yakama Men fished. They also did art work and music.
Sometimes they went to war and hunted. They also trained hunting dogs.