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Coastal Indians. Let’s learn about the Coastal Indians. Food Tools Transportation Clothing Shelter Customs and Beliefs. FOOD.
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Beach front Indians Let\'s find out about the Coastal Indians. Sustenance Tools Transportation Clothing Shelter Customs and Beliefs

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FOOD      Food was all over the place! Vast amounts of fish including salmon , halibut, cod, flop, candlefish, herring, seals and whale were found in the waterways, lakes, sea and straights. The saltwater shorelines gave mollusks, shellfish, and mussels consistently. Shellfish would be smoked, dried and put away to be utilized or exchanged later. Vegetable roots or knobs, for example, salmon berry grows, camas , astringent roots, and plants were burrowed and accumulated between early spring and late fall utilizing a burrowing stick. From summer to late fall, nature gave a wide range of sorts of berries that were assembled. These berries were dried and put away in crate. Likewise nuts and seeds were assembled in the fall. Indians Tools Transportation Clothing Shelter Customs & Beliefs

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TOOLS Canoes from the trunks of immense cedar and redwood trees were essential devices for angling and transportation. The kayaks could hold upwards of 60 men. Spears made of sticks and bones were utilized to slaughter whales. The bones were utilized for different instruments. Littler spears were utilized for angling and chasing. Nets were woven out of segments of bark. Bones were utilized as scratching and cutting apparatuses. Wicker container were woven from portions of bark and grass. Bowls and different dishes were cut out of bits of wood. Common materials of stone, wood and grass were made into an assortment of instruments. Indians Food Transportation Clothing Shelter Customs & Beliefs

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TRANSPORTATION Forests made travel hard. There were a lot of waterways and streams in this locale. Indian towns were constantly almost a stream or waterway. Individuals from a wide range of tribes voyaged these conduits in burrow kayaks, a large portion of which were made out of cedar trees. These kayaks were essential for chasing, angling, and voyaging. Kayaks were made in an assortment of shapes and sizes relying on their motivation. Indians Food Tools Clothing Shelter Customs & Beliefs

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CLOTHING In the mellow seasons, men wore small dress. Frequently they would wear a robe or cover tossed over their back and secured over the mid-section with a string. Ladies wore fiber skirts that were about knee length. Capes, caps, and skirts were additionally made of mellowed destroyed cedar bark. They wore a cone molded cap called a Clatsop cap . Attire produced using cattail surges were worn for work and in stormy climate. Creature stows away were just worn under bark capes in the blustery season since they would get to be absorbed the rain. Indians Food Tools Transportation Shelter Customs & Beliefs

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SHELTER Summer homes of Indians living on the drift comprised of transitory hotels built out of surges or bark which was otherwise called a shelter . Winter homes when the climate was chilly and wet for drawn out stretches of time, were cedar board longhouses . Indians Food Tools Transportation Clothing Customs & Beliefs

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CUSTOMS & BELIEFS Girls were prepared for marriage at fourteen years old or fifteen while young men held up until they were sixteen or seventeen. At the point when the marriage festivities occurred, the guardians traded endowments. Veils speaking to creatures, for example, bears, reptiles, owls, or different creatures were worn at moves and festivities. Also they would finish themselves with paint and quills. The shaman , or solution man, was another imperative authority in the tribe. A shaman could take care of business or a lady. Most tribes had more than one boss. One boss would give administration for the chasing, another may be the war boss, and a third boss may be in charge of the wellbeing of the camp. The Indians trusted that the earth was controlled by numerous divine beings. Legends , stories went down starting with one era then onto the next, recounted how the world was made, the beginning of the races, the revelation of flame, the salmon, and the physical components of the nation. Indians Food Tools Transportation Clothing Shelter

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