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Native American: The Haida People of the Pacific Northwest

Traditionally, many distinct Nations occupied the Pacific Coast on the mainland and the many small islands around it. Despite having different cultures and languages, these Indigenous Nations shared at least one powerful resource in common: the ocean. The ocean defined the way of life for the traditional occupants of these beautiful territories. The People of the coast were well adapted to traveling over water and harvesting the abundant marine life that the Pacific Ocean had to offer. 

The climate along the coast was drastically milder than the far north or even than other inland territories at the same latitudes. The Indigenous Peoples along the coast benefited from more forgiving temperatures and weather. They also benefited from the long growing season with ample diversity of flora and fauna in their territories. Finding food for survival was rarely an issue for the Indigenous Peoples of the Pacific Northwest. 

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