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The Crow Indians
Transcript of The Crow Indians
By: Mackenzie Polunus
The Crow Indians were split up into 2 bands. The first band lived in Montana and Wyoming. The second band live near the Yellowstone River.
The Crow women used hide to make coats for them and the male. The fur was on the inside for extra warmth and softness for there skin. In the summer the men wore only breechcloth and moccasins. The women wore long dresses.
The Crow lived in teepees. The teepees were made out of buffalo, deer, and elk skin. They were also set up out of the wind.
Arts and crafts
The Crow etched figures of animals and did bead work. Crow kept records of important events such as hunts or battles.
Crow ate dry, smoked buffalo. The Crow were hunters and gatherers. They hunted buffalo and deer. They gathered fruits and berries.
The Crow had a saying "kill for food, not for fun". The women were in charge of taking down the teepees and putting them up. They also told story's on their teepee's.
Tarbescu, Edith, The Book On The Crow Indians, Hong, Kong, Watts Library, 2000. www.Indians.org, www.bigorrin.org