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How Pueblo Indians traveled
by foot
Eastern Woodland Indians traveled by these methods
foot & canoe
to trade one thing for another
barter
purple and white beads made from conch and clam shells
used for decorations, as a means of identifying a spokesperson, or as $
Wampum
one group of Plains Indians
Sioux
an important resource for the native people in the Northeastern part of the United States & Canada
trees
clay bricks
adobe
Eastern Woodland people wore clothing made from these items
leather and fur
This group of Indians depended on the buffalo for almost everything they ate, wore, and used.
Plains
one thing the Woodland Indians sometimes wore as they performed traditional dances
cornhusk masks
one group of Eastern Woodland Indians
Powhatan
multi-family houses made out of poles and bark
longhouses
buildings like apartment house, with different families living on different levels
Pueblos
one group of Southwestern Indians
Pueblo
large envelope made out of rawhide to carry dried food and other items
parfleche
Plains Indians traveled this way
foot & horse
area between the Rocky Mountains and the Mississippi River
The Great Plains
All 3 Indian groups were _______________.
hunters
animals that Native Americans of the Southwest herded and used the wool for rugs and blankets
sheep
flat-topped hills
mesas
movable home of the Plains Indians
tipis