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Tlingit Indians of the Pacific Northwest Worksheet

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Tlingit Indians of the Pacific Northwest Worksheet

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This activity will help you think about how the environment affects the lives of the Tlingit Indians.

Partners with the Sea
1. Go to Partners with Nature
( http://www.carnegiemnh.org/exhibits/north-south-east-west/tlingit/) to learn how important the sea is to the Tlingit Indians of the Pacific Northwest. On the back of this page, or on a separate sheet of paper, draw and label pictures of some of the ways they depend on the sea.

Partners with the Forest
2. Go to We Talk to the Trees
( http://www.carnegiemnh.org/exhibits/north-south-east-west/tlingit/) to learn how important the forests are to the Tlingit people. On the back of this page, or on a separate sheet of paper, draw and label pictures of some of the ways they depend on the forests.

How Nature Shapes Our Lives
3. Think about where you live and how that affects your life. Write about how the weather, or the land around you, affects what you eat, wear, and do every day.

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