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First Nations Assignment
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Plateau:

Food = Salmon, plants, berries, edible roots/wild onion, wild lily bulbs, roots of a yellow flowers called balsam root, deer, bison

Shelter = pit houses, tents

Clothing = moccasins/deer hide, long shirts, breechcloths, belt, longleggings, long dresses, short leggings

Social Organization = Bilateral

Government ceremony = the sun dance, hunted bison, traded with other groups

Please tell me if I've done this correctly. Also, is the social organization for the plateau people just bilateral? Were these the only government ceremonies? I don't know if hunting would be counted in that. Thanks in advance.

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