Many people don't differentiate
between different native cultures. The east cost of this continent has 3
In the very north it's the Arctic culture which two
types of Inuit, also called Inupiaq, The far north Inuit who live of seal hunting and have
igloos and the Inuit below them who are not used to that kind of life
and fish and collect clams and hunt caribou. When these Inuit would be
relocated further North by the government they had to learn how to adapt
to the far North. The Europeans were ignorant of the two cultures and
many Inuit would die and many lives were ruined in that process.
South of that is then there's the
Sub-arctic and the Sub-arctic Native people's culture blends in with the
Woodlands culture with elements of the Inuit culture. The third culture is
the Woodlands culture and it is divided into the North and South
Woodlands culture as shown on the image on the left here. It is called
Woodlands because it's is the place with many forests. West of these
woodlands are the plains and the Plains culture begins.
The Woodlands culture is different from
the Plains culture. Teepees and buffalo hunts are from the Plains culture.
There are animals in the plains that live in the woodlands such as the
buffalo. There are also many exchanges between the people of both cultures
but the two cultures are distinct.