Sub-Arctic Region


Summary of the Sub-Arctic

A cold, virtually treeless region, the Sub-Arctic land streches from a northeast Atlantic coast through Canada to middle of Alaska. They wear the skins of the large animals they ate, such as caribou, elk, and moose. Their homes were tepee-like structures covered in bark and skins. They used scraping tools, hunting weapons, and sleds to make life easier for these chill-dwellers.