Catawba Tribe of North Carolina
How Catawba Tribe met their natural resources
Catawba Indian Needs
The needs of the Catawba are the same as all humans' need. They need water, food, shelter, clothing and relationships. They lived in the Piedmont of NC.
They dig holes in the ground. Then they put water in the hole.
They fish for fish in the rivers they had .
Catawba men wear breechcloths and Catawba women wore dresses. They made their clothes out of deerskin and porcupine quills.
Cultural Traditions of the Catawba Indians
Catawba make pottery out of mushy clay out of the Piedmont rivers.
This Smore was created by Michelle, Dylan, and Mario in Mrs. Godley's 4th grade class.