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The Ute Tribe
Transcript of The Ute Tribe
By: Peyton Acoff
Where are the Utes located?
What did they eat?
What cloths did members wear?
Women wore long deerskin dresses decorated with beads
Men wore breech cloths, leather leggings, and buckskin shirts
What types of homes they live in?
What modes of travel did they have?
dogs pulled sleds carrying their stuff
The bear dance: The story is that two brothers went hunting and one brother saw a bear. The other one went on hunting when the brother that saw the bear stayed and the bear taught him to sing and dance. The bear told the man to go back to his people and teach it to them.
How did they get food?
Hunting and gathering
How did the physical environment and natural resources influence what foods were eaten?
The types of animals and plants that lived/grew near the tribe influence their weapons
How did the physical environment and natural resources influence their style of clothing?
The animals living near the tribe affecting what type of skin/leather used to make clothes.
Did they have clothes for special occasions?
Face paint (war paint)
What were the homes made of?
Where the homes permanent?
No, the Utes traveled around following their food source
How did the physical environment and natural resources influence the shelters built?
The types of wood (if any) and the animals gave them leather/skin