Inuit Tribe

By MARY RUTH; AMAYA MCLAIN; LANE MCKINLEY

Location: Arctic regions of Greenland, Canada, and the United States.

Climate:Arctic, Tundra, scarce farming, and very cold.

Major Physical Features: Igloos

Famous leaders:

Leadership structure:

Major battles:

Enemies:

Outcomes of these battles/wars:

Major natural resources:Some natural resources were were stone, oil, gas, and gasoline.

Trading Partners:  They usually traded with other Inuit beings.

Trading items: They traded meats and clothing.

Roles of men and women: The men were traditionally hunters and fishers and the women took care of the children, cleaned the house, sewed, and cooked. But there were also numerous of women who hunted.

Education: The Inuit did get an education but it was only about hunting and making clothing.

Architecture: "The People" found ways to live in their environment. They built igloos as homes.

Clothing: Made clothes and footwear from animal skins, and sewed them together from animal skins.

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