Comparing The Inuit, Haida, And Iroquois

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The Inuit, Haida, and Iroquois have many things in common and many things that they all do differently. I hope you learn and realize how, even though all three of these native tribes live in Canada they all live differently, and sometimes the same. In this essay you will hear and read about how these three tribes have things in common and things that they do differently.
In this paragraph I will tell you about how these three native tribes have things in common. The Inuit, Haida, and Iroquois have many things alike and things that they all do differently. The Inuit, Haida, and Iroquois were all in Canada before the europeans came in the 1500’s. All three tribes use specific parts of the animal that they hunted for different things, like using
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To start things off, the Inuit native tribe live in northern Canada unlike the other native tribes. The Inuit lived in houses instead of tents or long shelters. The inuit mostly hunted on land. The inuit would not fish, they would hunt things that live in water, but they would not fish. The Inuit also have great art, they would use parts of animals, stone, and driftwood for their carvings. The Inuit carvings are known and enjoyed worldwide by people worldwide. The Inuit have a very unique and interesting way of life. This is how the Inuit way of life is different. This paragraph I will be telling you about how the Haida and how they live different than the Inuit and the Iroquois. To start things off, the Haida are located on the Western coastline of Canada. The Haida live on the western coastline of Canada. Second, the Haida did not land hunt or anything related to that, the Haida only fished. The Haida did not like to land hunt or anything related to that, the Haida only enjoyed fishing. The Haida art and carvings are amazing. The Haida art and carving are not only great, the Haida art and carvings are known and enjoyed
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