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The Nisqually Indian people lived in their natural and undisturbed habitat.
Tacobet dictated the climate that nourished the lands of the Nisqually River Basin, the homeland of the Nisqullay native american people.
In those days the Squally-absch depended on the warm, wet climate to nurure
The Squally-absch were alone in their effort to clothe, food, and shelter their families.
In a constant pursuit of food, the Squally-absch would concentrate first on the food found on the prairies.
Many of the food items from the meadows and lowlands consisted of roots and leaves of the brake fern, the woods fern, the dandelion, the wild sunflower, and the tiger lily.
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