the pacific northwest Indians ate whales, seals, seal lions, and fish.
The Indians of the Pacific Northwest used Cedar to create their bows.
Serpentinite is one of the "green" rocks of the Pacific northwest.
yes they are because there is more salt in the pacific and 5o% crabs are born in the northwest of the pacific (hotdogs are good)
Generally, the Pacific Northwest built their homes out of what was most abundant -trees. They built plank houses made to withstand the harsh climates of the Pacific coastline. These homes had a wooden frame and planks of wood would be overlapped on top of it. There were smoke holes but no windows.
there were many tribes in the Pacific Northwest. examples would be the Chinook tribe, the Tlingit tribe and the Haida tribe. you can find a bunch of info if you type in Pacific Northwest Coast Indian history.
A common type of conifer in the pacific northwest of the united states.
Orka, octopus, seals and sea lions,
The Northwest Indian boys were taught how to hunt. The girls were home schooled and taught how to take care of the house and do chores and tasks such as sewing, cooking, taking care of small children, cleaning, and other household tasks.
the sub arctic Indians didn't live in food
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Most of the wheat grown in this region is white-grained, or "White wheat."
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The shelter for Kwakiutl Indians were plank houses. They lived in the Northwest, and had clothes made out of bark and skins. Their transportation was dugout canoes.
beans and seafood
animals,plants that live in the ocean