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The main fish the Kwakiutl caught every spring

What is Salmon?

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A type of evergreen tree; Kwakiutl use the soft bark for rope, mats, and clothing.

What is a Cedar Tree?

100

The Northwest coast of North America.

Where do the Kwakiutl live?

100

The Kwakiutl men are famous for this.

What is Woodcarving?

200

The rivers and ocean provided the Kwakiutl with lots of this.

What is Food?

200

A wooden pole decorated with figures that tells about special events in a family's history.

What is a Totem Pole?

200

an important event like a birth or a wedding.

What is a Ceremony?

200

The Kwakiutl women famous for this.

What is Weaving?

300

It was the time that the spirits were thought to be closest to the people.

What is Winter?

300

A Kwakiutl home.

What is a Plank House?

300

Only the rich and important families owned one of these.

What is a Totem Pole?

300

The head of the family or the person who told the family's history or sacred stories.

Who is the speechmaker?

400

-Saved fish bones and returned them to the water where they were caught.

-Sang songs to the cedar trees and thanked them.

-Only took what they needed.

How did the Kwakiutl show their respect to nature?

400

Masks, rattles, & puppets were used in these.

What are Ceremonies?

400

The Kwakiutl used hot stones to carve out the inside of a tree to make these.

What is a canoe?

400

-Shows the events in order in which they happened.

-Show long and short term events.

-Important events in history or in a persons life.

What does a timeline show?

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