The Wampanoag tribes were located in various regions of Massachusetts. Locations where they lived include Bristol County, Nantucket, and Barnstable County.
No, they lived in wetus.
Originally in Massachusetts and Rhode Island
yes they lived in longhouses
Algonquians,Iroquois, Wampanoag,ect. I ROCK!!!
on happy wampanoag day.
Wampanoag means "People of the First Light".
The Wampanoag Hunted fish
Massasoit, an Wampanoag Indian
Wampanoag means Peace.
did the wampanoag wear ceremonial clothing?
You pronounce wampanoag Wahm-pan-o-ag.
There were 3 Wampanoag braves at the feast.
what weapons and tools the Wampanoag used
Wampanoag shelters were called wetu. They would collect saplings to build a frame. A small house would need 40 saplings, while a larger house would need close to 200.
Most likely the Wampanoag chief you are thinking of is Massasoit Sachem.
Squanto of the Wampanoag tribe The Wampanoag Indians helped them, but Sqaunto was the one who assissted in growing crops and what not; he was the one who spoke English.
The Wampanoag Indians religious practices were called Spiritualism. They would thank Mother Earth for the animals and plants that was given to them. The Wampanoag also had a religious holiday called the Wampanoag New Year that took place in the spring.
Because the Wampanoag, who had helped them survive a very difficult year.
The Wampanoag homes were wikiups, a sort of rounded dome made of twigs.
That is the correct spelling of the proper noun (Native American tribal name) "Wampanoag."
The pilgrims and the wampanoag celebrated because of the good deeds that Squanto taught them
Of course they did. People do not go through life without the established beliefs in nature, God, and how to live.