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Native American eBook By: Kenya Wade Camryn Keyes Tamara Smith

Kiara Cole


Kwakuitl TRANSPORTATION:

The Kwakuitl tribe traveled in dugout canoes to up sea. When mothers took their children places,


Chapter 1 Iroquois LOCATION Slide 1

Include the location where your tribe lived, a description of the the geography of the area, and a picture of the area.


Kwakiutl LOCATION: The Kwakiutl tribe is located in the Pacific Northwest Coast in British Columbia, Canada. The Kwakiutl experience a rainy, mild climate. Their land consist of tribal villages located on hills.


Kwakiutl CLOTHING:

The Kwakiutl men usually didn’t where anything but a breech cloth that covered their behinds. Kwakiutl women wore short skirts made of cedar bark.


Chapter 1 Kwakiutl Shelter Slide 1

The Kwakiult indians lived in rectangular cedar plank houses with bark roofs. In a plank house you can fit at least 50 people in one plank house. A plank house is 100 feet long. The natural resources to make a plank house is flat planks of cedar wood lashed from a wood frame.


Chapter 2 Kwakiutl Arts and Crafts slid 2 The arts and crafts the Kwakiutl did was basketry, wood carving, wood mask, totem poles. The natural resources use to create these things is pounded ash splints, braided sweetgrass, bundled pine needles, and rivercane wickers.


Kwakuitl Native Americans

Camryn Keyes , Tamara Smith , Kiara Cole , Kenya Wade


Kwakuitl diet -The kwakuitl men caught the fish -The women gathered clams , berries Include the location where your tribe lived, a description of the the geography of the area, and a picture of the area.


Chapter 1 Iroquois LOCATION Slide 1

Include the location where your tribe lived, a description of the the geography of the area, and a picture of the area.

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