Native American Tribes - Juego de Mapas
- Nez Perce
The Native American tribes that inhabited the different regions of North America in the pre-Columbian era developed different methods for coping with their environment. The Algonquians who lived in the Eastern Woodlands made dugout canoes, usually out of a single long tree log, to navigate the rivers and coastline. Meanwhile, the Pueblo people, who lived in the Southeast, utilized clay mixed with water to create their adobe homes. Up North, the Aleuts hunted salmon and crabs, as well as other large sea mammals like whales, in order to survive.