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what is the land like for the Northwest
RUGGED MOUTHANIS AND VALLEYS, RIVERS, FORESTS, MUCH RAIN, COOL TO COLD TEMPERATURES
what is the land like for the Artic
LAND IS FROZEN MUCH OF THE YEAR, VERY COLD, NO FORESTS
what about types of shelter
THE ENOURMOUS TREES OF THE FOREST PROVIDED WOOD FOR BOATS, HOUSES, TOOLS
a boat made by hollowing-out a large log cut from a giant tree
DUGOUT
what main river became an "Indian Highway"?
THE COLUMBIA RIVER THAT RUNS THROUGH PRESENT-DAY WASHINGTON
the Indians used to travel the Columbia River to a section called __________________ where tribes from many areas would cmap for months and trade goods
THE DALLES
which main tribe controlled The Dalles
THE CHINOOKS
to trade
BARTER
a special celebration where a tribe would invite other tribes to feast and dance.
POTLATCH
which tribe was famous for its whale hunting often going out in large canoes carrying 60 whale hunters?
THE MAKAHS
long spears used to kill whales
HARPOONS
a tall wooden post standing outside Northwest Indian homes that was carved with shapes of humnas, and animals
TOTEM POLE
who are the descendants of ancient Arctic Indians?
THE INNUITS
since there is no agriculture in the Arctic where do the Innuit get their tools for survival
FROM THE ANIMALS THAT THEY HUNT (SEAL, WALRUS, CARIBOU, POLAR BEARS, WHALES)
shelters made from blocks of ice and snow
IGLOOS