waccamaw indians

By: Cotlon, Jayden and Jonathan


The Waccamaw indians used bowls and spoons for holding food. They used arrows,speirs,and weirs to catch fish and other animals. They also gathered nuts and berries,and including shellfish.


They use poles and bark from young trees to make longhouses to live in. They also use bark to cover the frames on there longhouses.


They use animal fur and ribbons for clothing. They use bear claws for jewelery. There clothing keeps them warm from cold weather.


The waccamaw tribe does basket making. They use long grasses to weave baskets. They also carve wood to tell stories and legends of there tribe.