Did you know that in the Pomo tribe they only use natural materials to make clothing?
Men wore moccasins and leggings. Women wore long skirts and added extra skin or fabric to the skirt in cold weather.
Did you know that the Pomo tribe ate many species of birds? They chopped it up, smoked it over a fire and stored it for winter. Men were fishermen, they cought fish such as: crappie, green sunfish, striped bass, perch and king salmon. Pomo also ate foods including: roots, bulbs, buckeye, it's and acorns.
Did you know that the pomo tribe had 3 different types of houses? They are: domes, single family homes, and multi family homes. Every home had a sweat house, they were for relaxation and warmth. Women were not allowed in the sweat house.
Did you know that the redwood forests were part of the Pomo's homelands? They live in Northern California where there are mountains, rolling hills, and fertile valleys. There are stands of pine, oak, and maple trees. Some Pomo bands live along the Pacific coast with valleys along lakes, rivers and streams. The climate was warm in summer and mild in winter. If I were part of the Pomo tribe I would enjoy the geography.
Did you know that the Pomo tribe never left there homeland?mThey used tule to make canoes and baby carriers. Tule is a natural material that the Pomo used for many things. Pomo trade between villages but always stay in Northern California. They did not have many facts but I still liked learning about Pomo's transportation.