Inuit

Mary Katherine, David Deshawn, and Jessie Kate

PHYSICAL GEOGRAPHY:

Location: Canada, Alaska, US, Aleutain Islands, Russia

Climate: Land made of water and ice

GOVERNMENT:

Famous Leaders: Paul Okalik (premier of Nanvut)

Leadership Structure: The Inuit lived in smaller family groups with no real leader or chief, unlike other people in Canada.

MAJOR BATTLES:

U.S Army Eskimo scouts WWII

Enemies: Mostly wild animals (tundra wolves)

Outcomes: They won the battle

ECONOMY:

Inuit hunted, gathered, or made everything they use.

CULTURE:

Living: Lived in houses called igloos. Called Eskimos.

Food: wild fish and game.

Clothes: Made from hides, fur, quills, and feathers

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