They lived in different regions: Northeast, the Plains, the Northwest, the Southeast and Southwest.
Deer, bird and buffalo hunting; fish and whale fishing; corn, squash and beans farming; social classes; house and totem pole building; and artwork like canoes and weaving.
They lived in different regions, North, South and the Plains; therefore they had different characteristics.
The Iroquois, the Penobscot and the Malecite made tools and canoes. They hunted deer and fished. They also grew corn, squash and beans
To pass important information from one generation to the next one.
To bring rain and a good harvest.
To represent their family trees.
To travel through the Trail of Tears.
The climate and geographical features.
The weaving, pottery making, and sand painting.
The dwellings where they lived.
The buffalo's manufacturation.