there were many tribes in the Pacific Northwest. examples would be the Chinook tribe, the Tlingit tribe and the Haida tribe. you can find a bunch of info if you type in Pacific Northwest Coast Indian history.
Alaska and near the pacific coast
No specific tribe used igloos but, for an answer the people of the northwest coast due to a cold climate built igloos.
Only 6 Northwest Indian tribes produced totem poles. The Tlingit tribe, the Haida tribe, the Bella Coola tribe, the Kwakiutl tribe, the Tsimshian tribe, and the West Coast tribe.
does the northwest tribe live in teepees
The klickitat tribe lived in the northwest.
One Indian tribe that lives in the Pacific Northwest is the Lummi tribe.
The Makah Indians are original people of the Pacific Northwest Coast. They live in Washington State.
For a totem pole to be sanctioned, it must be:made by a trained Northwest Pacific Coast native person, or in rare cases, a non-Native apprentice who is approved by a Northwest Pacific Coast Tribe from southeastern Alaska, coastal British Columbia or northern Washington stateraised and "blessed" by Northwest Coast natives or elders who are part of the totem pole tradition
they were made of cedar bark . in the winters, they cover up the plank house by the fur of the animal they killed. this is because, no cold air could go in.
They are a group of people from the Northwest Part of the Amazon.
the coast miwok uses the shade
No. This tribe, now known as the Kwakwaka'wakw, live on the Pacific Northwest coast. Specifically, the tribal homeland is in British Columbia, Canada and on Vancouver Island. Some tribe members live outside the homeland in Victoria, British Columbia and Vancouver, British Columbia.
the Kwakiutl Indian tribe in Northwest Canada
You need to ask about a particular tribe.
The Ais or Ays were a tribe on the Atlantic coast of Florida.
rhe Calusa tribe lived on the sandy shores of the southwest coast of Florida.
Do you mean hunted or haunted? The Quileute tribe was one of the few whale-hunting tribes.
Important facts about the Mingo tribe