tanya123
  • tanya123
- Explain how the way of life of one Native American group suited its environment. Be specific and explain in detail
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anonymous
  • anonymous
Well you had the Cherokee Indians who hunted buffalo in the great plains(my heritage is Cherokee) and what specifically are you looking for?
tanya123
  • tanya123
well @Kidkush24 u can read this paragraph and find the answer... because i'm not able to find it...
tanya123
  • tanya123
- Here's the paragraph @Kidkush24 - Native Americans developed different lifestyles, each adapted to a specific environment. The Kashaya Pomo hunted water birds along the coast of central California. The Kwakiutl and peoples of the Northwest took food from the sea-whale, seal, and especially salmon. The Pueblo and Hopi tribes of the Southwest lived in multi-story homes made of adobe, or baked mud. They lived near rivers and farmed. Native Americans of the east lived in vast wood­lands that supplied wild turkeys, deer, and bear. They also ate nuts, various fruits, and fish. Those in the colder northeast relied on hunting. Those in the warmer southeast relied more on farming. Although Native American groups had many differences, they shared some traits. Trading net­works enabled them to exchange the goods each produced in abundance for other, more scarce products. All Native American groups believed that land could be used but not owned. Most believed that spirits lived in the world. Some saw one spirit as the supreme creator or most powerful being. Native Americans had strong family ties. Most groups saw families in broad terms, including aunts, uncles, and cousins as well as parents and children. Older family members were valued for passing on their knowledge.

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anonymous
  • anonymous
Well it's right there all you need too write is in the 1st paragraph and the first part of the 2nd, and include the Indian tribes that are named as well
tanya123
  • tanya123
So will this be the answer ??? @Kidkush24 Native Americans developed different lifestyles, each adapted to a specific environment. The Kashaya Pomo hunted water birds along the coast of central California. The Kwakiutl and peoples of the Northwest took food from the sea-whale, seal, and especially salmon. The Pueblo and Hopi tribes of the Southwest lived in multi-story homes made of adobe, or baked mud. They lived near rivers and farmed. Native Americans of the east lived in vast wood­lands that supplied wild turkeys, deer, and bear. They also ate nuts, various fruits, and fish. Those in the colder northeast relied on hunting. Those in the warmer southeast relied more on farming. Although Native American groups had many differences, they shared some traits.
anonymous
  • anonymous
Yes it would be a great answer
tanya123
  • tanya123
thank you soo much @Kidkush24 !!!

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