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First Nations Assignment
Fact Chart

Northwest Coast:

Food = shellfish/middens, salmon, birds, early ripening plants foods/salmon berries, huckleberries

Shelter = longhouses

Clothing = wooven bark capes, spruce root hats, simple skirts made out of shredded cedar fibre

Social Organization = inherited rank and priviledge/ cheifs and nobles gave right to high ranking families. Bilateral Kinship

government ceremony = The potlatch, ritual dances

Did they only live in longhouses? Please add any other information. What term would I use for the social organization? The only term I have is Bilateral Kinship. Please tell me if I've done this correctly, thanks

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