How Geography Influenced The Lives Of Native Americans.
The Inuit tribe lived in the Canadian Shield. The climate there was very cold. They ate caribou, seals, fish, ducks, geese, walrus, and reindeer. The shelter they used was igloos lined with animal skin. This tribe used animal fur lined with walrus or seal skin because it was very cold there.
The Pueblo tribe was basically the opposite of the Inuit. The Pueblo lived in a very hot and dry climate. They ate deer, black bears, nuts, berries and fish. Pueblos made adobe(mud and straw). For clothing they used leather,fur, and cotton cloth