California Indians

A smore by: Abby, Caylan, Johnathan, Gavin and Riley

California Indians Homes

Some of California's homes are the teepe, the long house, the wigwam and wood loges. There homes were made out of wood, sticks, leaves, also dirt, mud, clay, stone, rocks and bark from trees.
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Transportation

The California Indians traveled by foot and or boats. The boats were made of tree bark sticks and wood.
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Clothing

Men wore a breechcloth or nothing at all. Women wore a short skirt made of animal skin or plant fiber. They hunted animals for there skin they made there clothing with there skin.
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Money

They used shells for money.
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Food

They ate deer, acorns, fish, shellfish, and elk. There were hunters and gatherers.
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Art

They made baskets and rock art
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Language

They spoke over 300 dialects it has a rich culture
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Animals

The animals in the California region were deer, fish, shellfish, and elk
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