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Native American Use Of The Buffalo
Transcript of Native American Use Of The Buffalo
PBS, . American Buffalo: Spirit of a Nation (Picture of lone buffalo). 1998. Photograph. www.PBS.orgWeb. 25 Aug 2013. <http://www.pbs.org/wnet/nature/episodes/american-buffalo-spirit-of-a-nation/introduction/2183/>. (Slide 2)
US FWS, . Bison herd grazing at the National Bison Range. 2008. Photograph. www.wikipedia.orgWeb. 25 Aug 2013. <http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/File:Bison_herd_grazing_at_the_National_Bison_Range.jpg>. (Slide 8)
South Dakota State Historical Society, . Uses of the Buffalo. N.d. Infographic. http://www.sd4history.com/Unit3/buffalouses.htmWeb. 26 Aug 2013. <http://www.sd4history.com/Unit3/buffalouses.htm>.
Miller, Alfred Jacob. Hunting Buffalo. 1858-1860. Painting. http://en.wikipedia.org/Web. 26 Aug 2013. (Slide 3)
Sekerak, Christopher. Interior of Teepee at Head-Smashed-In Buffalo Jump . 2010. Photograph. n.p. CD-ROM. (Slide 5)
Sekerak, Christopher. Buffalo Product Tools at Head-Smashed-In Buffalo Jump . 2010. Photograph. n.p. CD-ROM. (Slide 6)
The Buffalo Overview
Did You Know?
The Buffalo Population Numbered Over 60 Million Before Europeans Colonized The United States.
The Buffalo Have Frequently Been Compared To As The Native American Equivalent Of A Department Store. This Is Because Near Every Part Of The Buffalo Served As An Important Part To The Native American.
Here's What The Buffalo
Native Americans, Particularly On The Great Plains, Hunted The Buffalo For Many Of Their Needs. The Buffalo Were Essential To Native American Life As They Provided Many Of Their Basic Products. Think Of The Buffalo As The Modern Equivalent To Oil.
Interior Of A Teepee
Many Of The Items In The Picture Originate From Buffalo Such As The Teepee Covers And The Horns.
Buffalo Products Including:
A Horn For Travel And A Spoon
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Honors U.S. History and Government Periods- 7+8
St. Edward High School