WOODLANDS first nations
The groups usually had fewer than 400 people
the people dried large sores of meat , fish and berries during the summer. These first nations also used traps and snares also spears and bows plus arrows to hunt.
They built their houses out of poles covered with woven rush mats of caribou skin, called tipi .
Modes of Transportation
- constucted biren bark canoes that were light
- canoe builders stitched bark sheet
- Spruce gum and greese
- all woodland clothing are from nature
- generations to another