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Sunday, September 23

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Saturday, September 22

  1. page Pawnee edited ... The women used some buffilo skins or hides to make cloths In the summer time the men whore li…
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    The women used some buffilo skins or hides to make cloths
    In the summer time the men whore linion & mocasons
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    there weopons {minnetonka-moccasins.jpg}
    In the summer girls & women whore skirts and mockasins
    Mockasins are shoes that where made out of skunks,otter,& other animal furs
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    They made beads out of wood and then colerd them with rocks
    Ear pirceing was a big part of there culture
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  2. page Nez Perce edited ... also in this video it shows what they were about. and also it shows where they live in !!!!!! …
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    also in this video it shows what they were about. and also it shows where they live in !!!!!!
    WEAPONS...
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    bows and arows
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    arrows to kill buffalo.
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    a lot. {bow and arrow.jpg} This is
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    bow and arroarrow
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    Nez Perce Food:
    The Nez Perce would harvest, hunt, and fish for food all day long. They would dig for Kouse ( bulb like roots) and other native vegetables. The Nez Perce also planted, tended and harvested crops. Like most North American indians, their staples were maize (corn) and beans. The Nez Perce would hunt for rabbit, deer, elk, and sometimes bison for their everyday meals. A large portion of the tribe's nutritional needs were met by ( believe it or not, ) salmon. It was a common meal for the Nez Perce. In addition to salmon, they would also fish for trout and other edible species in places like the Snake River.
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  5. page Hopi edited ... It has a feathured hat Mockasins for shoes Home Hopi Inuit ... Pawnee Seminole
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    It has a feathured hat
    Mockasins for shoes
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  6. page Hopi edited ... Hopi made drums out of buffalo, eagle, kachina, and more motif. Motif means the design or wal…
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    Hopi made drums out of buffalo, eagle, kachina, and more motif.
    Motif means the design or wallpaper. So the wallpaper is the drums outside.
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    San lldefonso. {http://www.flagstaffchamber.com/wp-content/uploads/2010/07/Hopi-Dancers-Museum-of-Northern-Arizona.jpg}
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    FOOD
    The Hopi ate meat and vegetables
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  7. page Kwakiutl edited ... Families have there own masks that are passed from generation to generation Masks tell the hi…
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    Families have there own masks that are passed from generation to generation
    Masks tell the history of their ancestry
    Are expert fisherman
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    This dance is being performed at a southern Kwakiutl village on Quatsino Sound. Elaborate theatrical performances were an important part of Northwest Coast native life (watercolour by
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  8. page Kwakiutl edited ... IRRIGATION- away of supplying water to ditches or pip LONGHOUSE- a home to the indians which …
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    IRRIGATION- away of supplying water to ditches or pip
    LONGHOUSE- a home to the indians which was made out of bark, grass, and earth
    CULTURE
    Masks represent ancestral spirits
    Masks are used in traditional dances and other performances
    Families have there own masks that are passed from generation to generation
    Masks tell the history of their ancestry
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    Buk’wus mask
    The ceremonial function and significance of masks for the Kwakiutl seems to have changed significantly as a result of colonization and Christianization over the last century and a half[2]. The style and form of masks changed in tandem with access to iron tools and supplies made available after contact with early Russian explorers and European settlers (Holm 1965: 5; Malin 1978: 13; Jonaitis 1991: 39, 54; Masco 1995: 42)

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    Kwakiutl Winter Dance
    This dance is being performed at a southern Kwakiutl village on Quatsino Sound. Elaborate theatrical performances were an important part of Northwest Coast native life (watercolour by
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Thursday, September 20

  1. page Inuit edited ... The seals are hunted at breathing holes were they come out to breathe. The Carribou is hunted…
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    The seals are hunted at breathing holes were they come out to breathe.
    The Carribou is hunted for food clothing,and antlers for tools.
    {http://vancouveranimalrightscampaigns.files.wordpress.com/2011/03/turtle.jpg} The Inuit hunted seal.
    Culture
    The Inuit depended on the Ocean for food and clothing.
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