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Beth Smith

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Transcript of Eunice

The region that the Yakima lived in, is the Northwest. It lays between the Cascade and the Rocky Mountains. The natural resources are fish, apples, crops they planted, berries, and nuts.
Men Role
The men fished, hunted, and sometimes went to war to protect their family. Like the women they also did storytelling, artwork, music, and made traditional medicine,
To fish they used spears, harpoons, gaffs ( hooks with handles), and caught them in nets or seines (small nets). The Yakima were also hunters. For hunting their principle was the bow and arrow.
Others used dogs or horses. Dogs to find the animals and horses to ride so that they can catch up and shoot them.
Women's Role
The women in the Yakima tribe gather plants, herbs, and did most of the child care , and cooking. They also did storytelling. artwork, music, and made traditional medicine.
By Eunice Pak
Most Yakima speak English, but some elders speak their native language. Their language was very complicated filled with clicks and clucks that we do not use in English.
The End
1. Ricciuti, Edward (1997), The Yakama, Rourke
2. Schuster, Helen (1990). The Yakima, Chelsa, New York
3. Laura Redish and Orrin Lewis "Native American facts for kids, published 1998
Thanks to Drew H., Matt D., Madalena R. and to my partner Madalena R.

Also a special thanks to Mrs. Smith!
Region/Natural Resources
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