Plains Indians

Plains Indians - Plains Indians By: Aureliano Adame Jr.,...

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Plains Indians By: Aureliano Adame Jr., Zach Roth, Paul Fisher, and Kyle Gerwin
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Tribes Arapaho Indians Arikara Indians Assiniboine Indians Atsina Indians Brule Indians Cheyenne Indians Chipewyan Indians Cree Indians Crow Indians Dakota Indians Hidatsa Indians •Kainah Indians •Mandan Indians Oglala Indians •Osage Indians Oto Indians •Piegan Indians •Ponca Indians Quapaw Indians •Sarsi Indians •Siksika Indians Teton Indians •Wichita Indians Yanktonai Indians
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Sioux Tribe Lived: Dakota’s, Kansas, Nebraska, Montana, and Wyoming. How they lived: Nomadic and moved frequently followed buffalo herds and lodged in teepees. No matter how often they moved they were a united tribe.
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What they wore: strips of leather in their hair to keep their hair pulled back. Clothes were all made of animal skin (mostly deer skin). Women wore long dresses and leggings, men wore
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This note was uploaded on 11/22/2011 for the course EL ED 365 taught by Professor Brothermercier during the Fall '11 term at BYU.

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