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North American Cultures

Georgia Social Studies Standard SS4H1
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Transcript of North American Cultures

Native American Cultures
Inuit
Nez Perce
SS4H1 The student will describe how early Native American cultures developed in North America.
a. Locate where Native Americans settled with emphasis on the Arctic (Inuit), Northwest (Kwakiutl), Plateau (Nez Perce), Southwest (Hopi), Plains (Pawnee), and Southeast (Seminole).
b. Describe how Native Americans used their environment to obtain food, clothing, and shelter.
Where they live: Alaska
Inuit: The Arctic
Inuit
Northern Canada
Inuit
Greenland
Kwakiutl:
Pacific Northwest
Kwakiutl
Where they live:
Western Coast of Canada
Hopi
Pawnee
Seminole
Where they live:
American Northwest
Where they live:
American Southwest
Where they live:
Great Plains
Where they live: Florida
Inuit Shelter: Igloos or snowhouses
Inuit Food: Mostly meat

whale
caribou
fish
Polar Bear
walrus
seal
Kwakiutl Shelter:
Cedar Wood Plank Houses
Kwakiutl Food: fish, caribou, moose
fish
caribou
moose
Inuit Clothing: Mostly Fur and Caribou hide
Kwakiutl Clothing: Tree (Cedar) Bark
Nez Perce Shelter:
Tule Mat House then Tipis

Nez Perce Clothing: deer skins
Nez Perce Food:
fish, deer, nuts, and berries

Hopi: Shelter: Adobe Brick
Hopi Food: Farming
Hopi clothing: plant fiber
Seminole shelter: Chickee
Seminole Food:
farming and hunting

Seminole clothing: cotton
Pawnee Food:
farming and hunting
Pawnee Clothing:
deer and buffalo skin
Pawnee Shelter: Tipis
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