Inuit Northern Native Tribes

The Inuit are the indigenous people native to the Arctic regions of North America and Greenland. Known for their ingenuity and crafts, the Inuit have occupied the Arctic for over 5,000 years.

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Inuit Northern Native Tribes

Did the tlingits farm?

ya they did they farmed for half their food and had perfect ground for it

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How did the geography of the tlingit region help them trade with other groups?

bye

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Did the Inuit people interact with the other tribes?

Yes! They really got around, whether by sled or by kayak!

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How did the Erie tribe cook their food?

They used the sun and rocks, they would lay their food, such as fish out on a rock and leave it there for a couple days, then they would build a fire and roast it over the fire for a couple of minutes.

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How did the Tlingit preserve their culture after their homeland became part of the US?

the tilingit preserved their culture through people

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What did the inuit people use the walrus for?

they used it to make clothes

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The inuit are successful farmers?

Farming is difficult at best in the north. The short growing season does not allow for many crops and the land is not suitable for agriculture. Small personal gardens are sometimes used to grow quick salad crops during summer.

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Why are people alive?

they are alive for the heck of it =p.

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What are the capital resources of the inuit tribe?

nothing they died

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What is a difference between the Inuit tribe and the tlingit tribe?

how is the inuit tribe different then the tlingit tribe

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How did the tlingit haida and chinook adapt their way of life to the forest and sea enviornment of the west coast?

I’m learning about it.😂

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What was inuit clothing made out of?

Historically much of their clothing was made of seal skin and caribou hides but modern Inuit have much the same clothing as we do for cold weather. It is a dying art to make clothes from animal hides.

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What did the tlingit tribe use for shelter?

The Tlinglit built large plank houses to live in. Its base was of a wood frame. Then it was covered with overlapping planks of wood. They generally were large enough to hold many people.

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What do the Arctic people eat?

anything they can get there hands on! They eat whale bluber, whales, lots of fish, and lots of meat!

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What games did the inuit play?

What kind of question is this

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How do eskimos hunt?

The Eskimos are expert hunters. They mainly depend on animals for their food. Their main hunting weapon, the harpoon is used for catching whales, large fish and seals.

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What kind of government did Inuit have?

Inuit society is organized not under government structures, but in kinship groups. (Groups of related families, that live as nomads.) Each group operates according to consensus; personal leadership not evident.

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Do they inuit' with other groups of people How does this affect them?

meow

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What are the resources of the Inuit?

the resources of the Inuits were natural,human,and capital resources.

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What is the point of view of deganawidah and hiawatha about cooperation among the five tribes?

The answer is they got along!!i am justice!:)

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Why do inuit tribes share food to survive?

firetruck

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What weapons did the Northwest coast native peoples use?

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-ended 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.

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How did the Inuit people make their decisions?

they sat round in a cicrle and told their ideas by adam

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What is the Inuit word for grandmother?

Aanak

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What is the significant about the ozette village site?

All of the special artefacts they had

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