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The people of the Northwest Coast were hunter-gatherers, so they relied on hunting, fishing, and gathering edible plants as their main sources of food.


The American Indians of the Pacific Northwest relied heavily on the ... Therefore, it should come as no surprise that most of their tools were related to the ocean ...


Jul 27, 2014 ... The Indian nations along the Northwest Coast, and particularly in the ... One of the most important tools in working with wood is the adze.


The Plains Indians had to have sturdy and effective weapons and tools. ... are far more common in Oregon and the Pacific Northwest , where these materials are ...


Pictures and information about different types of Native American Indian ... The word "atlatl" comes from the Aztec language, but this tool was used by most tribes ... Northwest Coast War Clubs were wooden clubs shaped like baseball bats, but  ...


For many generations, Northwest coast Native Americans have practiced skills ... food, tallow for medicine, sinew for cordage, bones for tools, hooves for rattles, ...


To harvest and build with cedar, the Indians used many tools such as the ... The Northwest Coastal Indian is well known, not only for elaborate carvings, but for ...


Northwest Coast Indians - Technology and Arts - Woodworking was the outstanding skill of the Northwest Coast. Traditional carving tools included adzes, mauls, ...


Pacific Northwest Indians Tools | Aboriginal People: Northwest Coast - The Canadian Encyclopedia.