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What resources were available to make homes and clothes in Pennsylvania?

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Homes were made out of bent ... Their clothes were made from deer hides that were softened ... Native Americans and Natural Resources Author: Drew McMullen
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... about the Shawnee tribe. Food, clothing, homes, ... on the resources that were available to them ... clothes worn by the Shawnee tribe were ...
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For the purposes of the Arctic Studies Center, ... or maritime resources, fishing and hunting of birds were probably ... clothing in the Arctic ...
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The Inuit were nomadic people, so ... the wooden poles used to make the tents were jealously ... Sometimes villages of 10 to 20 of these log-and-sod houses ...
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Delaware Indians of Pennsylvania. Home. ... Settlers thought that Delaware Indians most valuable resources were ... Deer skins were tanned to make clothing ...
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A Look at Aztec Clothes. ... they might make clothes from imported cotton fibres or ... and there were many natural plant dyes that were available to ...
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