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The Inuit Sample bookfor Mrs. Vemable amd Ms. Murray’s Class The authors are Aaryn, Savion, and Isaiah . Cool ebook


Diet Inuit Inuit ate walrus , seals, and other fur sea mammal. In the short summer, they gathered berries, seaweed, and eggs. Their main food year around was meat. The walrus, seal, and other furbearing sea mammals supply food and clothing to the Inuit.


Interesting s Facts Slide5 Inuit Scrimshaw was a famous. Scrimshaw was a famous technique used by the Inuit. The Inuit engraved pictures that told stories in ivory and then rubbed the carving with lampblack.


Diet INUIT

The walrus seal, and other fur-bearing sea mammals supply food and clothing to the Inuit. All parts of the animals were used. Parkas were made of seal-skin. The walrus hide was made into boats. In the winter seals were harpooned at their breathing holes in the ice. A hunter might have to stand still for hours waiting for the seal to come up for air. In the summer the seals came out of the water to sun themselves. The hunter can crawl close to the seal and throw a harpoon to kill the seal. In late summer the caribou were hunted. Inuit hunters made camp near the caribou grazing grounds. They would ambush the slow-moving herd with bows and arrows.


Diet INUIT

This is a picture of a Walrus.


The Inuits By. Savion Hawkins , Aaryn Raynor , Isaiah Scott, & Cristopher Collely Awesome Ebook


Dog sleds were a means of transportation. They also had Kayaks & Unimaks . They used them because they needed Food & Supplies . Here’s a picture some of their Transportaion .


Inuit art

Inuit artists created simple animals, birds, and scenes of daily life and travel. These were often appliquÊd to caribou and sealskin. Stone sculptures of animals such as the wolf, polar bear, birds, reindeer, and walrus were also common . Here’s a picture of one .


Inuit's: Location

• The location of native americans

Inuit: there location is mostly in the cold burrr.


Inuit's LOCATION Slide #1

PERMANENT HOMES WERE MADE OF STONE AN D EARTH. THEY WERE BUILT PARTIALLY UNDERGROUND. WHALE RIBS SOMETIMES SUPPORTED THE ROOF. TEMPORARY WINTER HUNTING LODGES CALLED IGLOOS WERE MADE FROM SNOW AND ICE. THE INUIT FORMED A CIRCULAR FOUNDATION OF ICE BLOCKS. THEY STACKED SMALLER BLOCKS TO CREATE A DOME AT THE TOP. A SMALL HOLE WAS LEFT FOR VENTILATION. GAPS IN THE ICE BLOCKS WERE FILLED WITH SOFT SNOW.


Location Slide 2 Inuit's THE ARCTIC REGION OF NORTH AMERICA STRETCHES 5000 MILES FROM THE BERING STRAIT TO GREENLAND. THE JANUARY TEMPERATURES OFTEN DROP FLAT EXCEPT FOR THE CENTRAL ALASKA AREA. TO -40ยบ FAHRENHEIT. THE LAND IS ALWAYS VERY COLD.


Location Slide 3 inuit's


Native American E-Book Include: Inuit • the name of your ebook, by: Iyona,A’shaunte,Niara,Janiha

NOTE: You are to include information on each of the 5 tribal groups you have studied.


Inuit Shelter The inuit shelter is an igloo they had no power woke when there was light and slept when there is darkness


Works Cited Page Native American in Oldern Times for Kids. The Far North, n.d. Web. 21 Feb. 2013. <http://nativeamericans.mrdonn.org/arctic.html>.



The Far North Tribes