What was the shelter of the subarctic Indians?

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The shelters of the subarctic Indians usually consisted of tepees, pit houses, or lean-tos. Their homes were easy to assemble and to move to follow the food sources.
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Facts on the Subarctic Indians
The Native Americans known as Subarctic Indians are indigenous to a large region that covers more than 2 million square miles extending from the Atlantic Ocean to the Rocky Mountains, including much of Alaska and the north of Canada. The region is... More »
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