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  • The Northeast American Indians lived in houses named wigwams. Wigwams are made of bent saplings and bark. The doors are made of bark or a mat. In the winter they used heavier bark like elm. In the summer they used thinner bark like birch.
  • They also created their houses out of wood planks and bark roofs.
  • Only the Inuits near the north pole lived in igloos
  • The Inuit tribe built their houses out of hard earth supported by whale bones, stones, or wood.
  • NE Native Americans Homes
  • tall thin saplings used as support smoke hole in roof long houses that fit many familys leaves for doors
  • Both frames can be built from wood
  • Inuits Homes
  • some lived in igloos, made of earth Whale bones are used for support, seal skin roofs. bark doors
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