Native american - chart
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Native Americans of North America Name ___________________________
Clothing Food Housing
Seminole Seminole men wore breechcloths.
Seminole women wore wraparound
skirts, usually woven from palmetto.
Shirts were not necessary in Seminole
culture. The Seminoles also wore
moccasins on their feet.
Corn, beans, squash, deer, fish, turkey,
rabbits, alligators, and turtles.
Lived in houses called chickees made
of wood and plaster with roofs that
were thatched with palmetto fibers.
Their houses were also built on wooden
Clothes made from animal fur. Hunted foxes, caribou, and polar
During the winter they lived in igloos or
houses made of ice. In the warmer
months, they would live in tents made
from animal skins.
Their clothing was made from fiber and
animal skins. Salmon, deer, bear, berries, and roots.
Lived in tule-mat covered homes.
Later, they lived in tipis.
They wore light clothing with feather
head bands. They wore animal skins.
Corn, beans, and squash.
Lived in Pueblos made from dirt, rocks,
Their clothing was made from bark and
Fish (salmon), meat, and wild foods.
Lived in coastal villages of rectangular
cedar-plank houses with bark roofs.
These houses could be up to 100 feet
Pawnee Pawnee women wore deerskin skirts
and poncho-like blouses.
Pawnee men wore breechcloths and
leather leggings. Men did not usually
wear shirts, but warriors sometimes
wore special buckskin war shirts. The
Pawnees wore moccasins on their feet,
and in cold weather, they wore long
Corn, pumpkin, beans, squash, and
Lived in settled villages of round
earthen lodges. These lodges were
made from wooden frames covered
with packed soil. When they went
hunting they would use tipis (or
teepees) made from buffalo hide.