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A recent visit to the Canadian Shield region uncovered some information about the Subarctic Indians way of life After a brief interview with a few people of that part of the Canadian Shield it was apparent how they survived in the harsh weather and met their basic needs To get food they had to follow the herds of animals as they moved from place to place with the changing seasons Some of those animals were moose caribou and a few others Also there were many fish that swim in the areas rivers and lakes In addition to food the animals supplied the Subarctic Indians also made use of the skins for clothing to protect themselves from the bitterly cold winters These Indians which were made up of the Cree Chippewa Slave and Beaver could not farm because of the terrible soil that was thin and lacking nutrients The Subarctic Indians traveled by foot snowshoes in the winterflat- bottomed sleds called toboggans also used in the winter and canoes As they traveled they built temporary homes called wigwams Wigwams are domed houses covered with strips of bark These wigwam homes can quickly and easily be put up and taken down The materials used in construction of wigwams canoes sleds etc was plentiful due to the presents of pine spruce and birch forests in the region The Subarctic Indians spend most of their time hunting for food therefore they seldom gather together in large groupsDue to the harsh weather of the forest of the Canadian Shield where the Subarctic Indians lived they learned to be strong and ingenious in their survival techniques and useful with their resourcesBibliographynone was needed
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