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Eastern Woodlands Far North Northwest Plains
Subarctic Southeast West Southwest

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Many people of the Far North lived at least part of year in igloos.
Many people of the Northwest lived at in wooden or "plank" houses.
One type of housing used the people of the West was the wikkiup.
Many Native Americans in the Southwest lived in pueblos.
Some Native Americans in the Southeast live in wattle-and-daub houses.
The tipi was one type of home used by Native Americans of the Great Plains.
The Iroquois of the Eastern Woodlands generally lived in longhouses.
The people of the Far North hunted whales, seals, and walruses.
The people of the Northwest also hunted whales, but fishing for salmon
was the major source of their food.
Corn was an important source of food for the people of the Southwest,
the Southeast, and the Eastern Woodlands.
The people of the Plains relied on the bison (buffalo) for food, clothing,
shelter, and tools. They used almost every part to satisfy some need.
The deer was another important source of food for the peoples of the
Southeast and the Eastern Woodlands.