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Who were people to come to North America
a) Pacific Northwest Indians b) Paleo Indians c) Southwest Indians d) Southeast Indians
What do Southwest Indians use as shelter
a) palmetto trees b) long houses using lumber c) teepees d) Pueblos
Southeast Indians included which tribe?
a) Seminoles b) Inuit c) Comanchee d) Pawnee
Arctic Inuit Indians used what for clothing
a) plant materials b) seal skin, hide, fur c) animal hides d) plant materials
Kwakiutl were what kind of Indian?
a) Pacific Northwest b) Southwest c) Southeast d) Plains
What did the Pawnee Indians live in?
a) Pueblos(apartment looking buildings) b) chickees c) tepees d) permanent villages in earth lodges
Where did the Nez Perce indians live
a) near rivers b) The plateaus between the Rocky Mountains and the Cascade Mountains c) hot dry desert d) In the Middle of the United States in the Great Plains
Where did the Pawnee Indians live?
a) near rivers b) The plateaus between the Rocky Mountains and the Cascade Mountains c) hot dry desert d) In the Middle of the United States in the Great Plains
How did the Seminole Indians have food?
a) farmed, hunted, fished, and gathered food b) hunted buffalo c) farm the 3 sisters (corn, beans, squash) d) gathered roots and berries
How did the Hopi Indians have food?
a) farmed, hunted, fished, and gathered food b) gathered roots and berries c) farm the 3 sisters (corn, beans, squash) d) hunted buffalo
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