American Indian Cultural Regions
The Hopis made clay pots. What region are they from?
Indians of the Eastern Woodlands survived by
hunting bears and making maple syrup.
growing tobacco and gathering berries.
farming, hunting, fishing, and gathering.
raising cattle and farming vegetables.
Indians of the Northwest Coast used wood from their forests to make
buttons and needles.
boats and rafts.
chisels and knives.
houses and baskets.
Why did the Seminoles of southern Florida wear deer hide leggings?
to trap alligators for their skins
to show their success hunting deer
for warmth during the cold winters
for protection from sharp saw grass
The Seminole Indians made their homes from palm-leaf, called Chickee homes. What region are they from?
In the Southwest region, the main geographic features included
coastal plains, river valleys, mountains and swamps
mountains forests, grasses, and sagebrush
canyons, deserts, flat topped mesas and rivers
thick forests of fir, spruce, and rugged mountains.
An object made and used by people is called
American Indians were able to adapt to different environments by
taking on the customs of other people.
eating only wild birds and other small animals.
living only in small family groups or communities.
using natural resources for food, clothing, and shelter.
In the California region, people tended to wear clothing made from plant material and animal hides.
The five tribes in the League of the Iroquois agreed
to move to the great plains
to let men make all the decisions
to live together in log homes
to avoid war among themselves
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