A plank house is a type of house constructed by indigenous peoples of the
Pacific Northwest, ... Native people of the Pacific Northwest maintained a distinct
respect for cedar and the value ... Cana...
The environment of the Northwest Coast of Canada was very diverse, and often
... They lived in longhouses or 'Big houses' constructed out of cedar planks.
Plankhouses are Native American homes used by tribes of the Northwest Coast (
from northern California all the way up to Alaska.) Plank houses are made of ...
Northwest Coast Indians were found in Oregon, Washington, and even as far
north as ... rich because they had both an abundance of food and sturdy shelter.
Some Northwest bands are the Chinook, Tillamook, Coast Salish and the Tlingit.
... For shelter, the Northwest Indians used what was available in their forests ...
Northwest Coast Indian, Native American: Northwest Coast Indians [Credit:
Encyclopædia Britannica, Inc.] .... Subsistence, settlement patterns, and housing.
COASTAL TRIBES: The tribal dwellings varied according to the climate and the
extent to which the tribe traveled. Since the coastal tribes moved about very little,
Northwest Coast Indians, Clothing: Dress was fairly simple among Northwest
Coast peoples. Although ceremonial garments and ... Settlements and Housing ...
Archaeology indicates that the Indians of the Northwest Coast began constructing
North America's most sophisticated indigenous wooden architecture over ...
The Northwest region is along the west coast of the United States. The states that
make up ... In the Northwest region, Native Americans lived in plank houses.