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the first nation travel and transportation

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gary gower

on 26 March 2014

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Transcript of the first nation travel and transportation

the first nation travel and transportation
How did the first nations travel
they traveled by snow shoes, canoes, and horses, and bull boats.
snowshoes helped native americans walk across snow it helped sow they don't slip
canoes are mainly made out off tree bark
horses were for for when they got tired so they just found and caught them sometimes they would kill the horses for their fur but mainly for riding and help hunt
bull boats
bull bats were bad out of any kind of fur but it took lots of fur and sticks they would stick sticks inside of the fur in the shape of an bowl and it protects it from sinking
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