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The region featured in this article is the Great Lakes region. The region is made up of five different tribes: the Huron, the Iroquois, the Osage, the Potawatomi, and the Wyandot. The physical features of the region include lakes and rivers, as well as rolling hills. The climate in the region is typically warm and damp, with strong seasonal changes. The region is rich in natural resources, including corn, fur, and copper. The region's homes are typically made of wood, with thatch roofs. The re

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Question: make a region with all of the members name and tribes who lived in your region and add physical features of the regions descriing the land and how was the weather like and also what natural resources did they have in your regions and what was there homes made from and how was it formed. also how was the clothing made and what did they use and what was there arts and crafts like

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Region Name: The South Appalachians Tribes: Cherokee, Chickasaw, Creek, Choctaw, Seminole Physical Features: Located in the East Southeastern United States, the South Appalachian region is comprised of rivers, mountains, rolling hills, and valleys, with the Appalachian Mountains running through the region. The climate is temperate, with relatively mild winters and humid-hot summers. Natural Resources: Major natural resources in the area are forests, wildlife, and fish, such as trout and catfish. There is also abundant amounts of coal, limestone, and clay for use in pottery and construction. Homes: The homes of the indigenous people in this region were traditionally made from wood, woven grass, and animal hide, and often had smoke holes in the roof for ventilation. Buildings were usually round in shape and had conical roofs of thatch. Clothing: Clothing and textiles were made from animal hide, buffalo hides, and deerskin. Cotton cloth, feathers, and wampum were also used to make clothing and other items. Arts and Crafts: The tribes in this region had intricate basket weaving, pottery making, and jewelry making traditions. Carvings and paintings were also popular crafts. They also crafted elaborate headdresses and masks out of animal hide, feathers, and stones.

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Published: Monday, February 27, 2023

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