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- Sledgehammers for splitting wood were made out of stone. -For hunting they used bows and arrows, snares, deadfalls, and harpoons. -For fishing they used nets, underwater tra…ps, bone and wood hooks, and harpoons. They also used fishlines, which were made out of cedar. -Food was served on wooden platters and trays that the women made. -spears -traded with whites for iron knives & muskets. Read more: http://wiki.answers.com/Q/What_weapons_did_the_Northwest_coast_native_peoples_use#ixzz1qux4uTfD
The most common weapons of Northwest coast natives were spears (long "outdoor" and short "indoor" varieties), bows (short & simple, probably 35-45 lb. draw weight), double-end…ed daggers (pointy on both ends, made of wood, whalebone, or rare copper), "slave killers" (stone hand mauls with a 4-sided point designed to penetrate skulls), and clubs (often made of wood, stone, or antler). They also had a special type of canoe paddle used in warfare, made of hardwood & carved with a point on the end that could be used as a weapon in a pinch. Later on, the natives traded with whites for iron knives & muskets. They also wore armor: For the head, they would hollow out a knot from a type of spruce wood that does not split & fashion it into a helmet. These helmets were tall, made with a small hollow space on top to give them a place to put their hair which they would coil into a bun. The helmets were usually carved to imitate the faces of animals or spirits. Over their faces they would wear wood that had been steam-bent to fit around the front & sides of their head, which they would hold up against the brim of the helmet by a mouth bit. They would see through a small gap between the helmet and face guard. Over their body they would wear thick bear or sea lion hide, or wood slats that were laced together into a kind of corset, or a leather tunic that had 3-4 layers of gravel that was attached with fish glue.
They did not walk like everyone thinks, they only walked to places near by like the forest. They actually used canoes to get to where they're going.
Some Indians, such as the Chinook tribe, used a bow and arrow or spears. These weapons helped them hunt down animals so they can use it for many different things like food, an…d clothes. \n\nspears
Spears, bows and arrows.. Spears, bows and arrows.
primary material for what? clothing, tools, etc.?
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they did because it was easy to use and thee were tons of trees around there
yes usually for fishing
The northwest coast Indians used dugout canoes to get to the places they needed to be instead of walking or riding a horse they took a dugout canoe
they paint tore poles fish egg tempura .
mostly whales or salmon