INTRODUCTION The Pomo Tribe has been around for hundreds of years. During the colder weather, the Pomo used blankets made of soft rabbit skin. The Pomo wore aprons and capes on their shoulders. Some of the Native Americans wore nothing.FOODThe Pomo tribes near the coast ate various types of fish, shellfish, seaweed, sea creatures, and deer and elk from the redwood forests. The Pomo tribes also ate acorns, grasshoppers, and even insects such as caterpillars! The Pomo tribes living by the Clear Lake and the Russian Valley also ate fresh water fish. ClothingThe Pomo Native Americans lived in houses where it depends where they live. The Pomo lake and the Russian River Valley had to use dry reeds to make oval-shaped buildings. They made music with handmade whistles, flutes, rattles, and some drums made from hollow redwood tree logs.The Pomo groups closer to the ocean built conical-shaped houses that are covered with many slabs of redwood bark. They used this kind of resource since there were many redwood trees available for them. Things They Made The Pomo men and women wore pretty colored danced clothing.The Pomo used dry tule reeds or bark from a redwood and will trees that are nearby to make their own clothing.Only the more richer Pomo Native Americans would have skirts or robes made from deerskin. During the colder weather, the Pomo used blankets made of soft rabbit skin. The women were knee-length skirts and a cape. The Pomo men wore short aprons and capes on their body. Some of them wear no clothing at all. CONCLUSION The Pomo Tribe did many good things, they hunt fish and made clothes. I think they had a rough life but they did good things for their family to survive. They were clothes made from many animals or they just found a piece of clothing.