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The Great Plains

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Camden Sharkey

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Shelter and
Transportation
The Great Plains indians lived in tepees and use horses to move from place to place. Tepees are made out of 15 feet poles and bison hide sewed together. The women were in charge of the tepee and the men were treated like guests in the tepee. When the Great Plains indians came they traveled bare foot then people from Spain brought horses up
Traditions and Customs
The Blackfoot tribe believed that there tribe and ancestors when they got here that they had walked through the remains of a fire and there feet had soot. They are also the oldest of the tribes.

The Cheyenne were the largest of the tribes. they had 44 chiefs and for every chief there was a village.
Food and Hunting
Farmers were very important to the Great Plains. some preferred to settle and grow crops.the most popular farmer was the Pawnees and the Apaches. the planted corn, beans, squash, melons, and tobacco.
Tribes and Geography
Some of the many tribes of the Great Plains are the Cheyenne, Comanche, and the Sioux indians. Most of the tribes were nomadic and followed indians across the land. For the geography of the great plains, much of the Great Plains was once covered by a vast inland sea, and sediments deposited by the sea make up the nearly horizontal rock strata that underlie the area.

GOAL!
The Great Plains
By:Camden, Zac, Ashley, Austin, Ciana
Bison were mostly what the great plains people ate. the used every part of the bison. Nothing was wasted. They used the hide to make teepee coverings bedding clothes and mocasins and robes. The horns and bones were used to make dishes spoons and laddels. From various parts the made wips sadle parts gules toys and drums belts stir ups knife cases boats thread and of course food. 279,000 miles of mixed grass America\Canada. 200 years ago bison black footed farrets prong horn and antilope also grassland brids romed the area.
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The Native Americans wore moccasins. The men would wear beechclout ,leggings,and a buffalo robe. The women wore a dress out of deer skin or elk,leggings,and moccasins sewn together like boots.The childeren wore nothing in summer and in winter they would wear robes out of animal skin.

Clothing and Technology
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