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on 10 June 2013

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The Native Americans the pilgrims encountered lived in tipis and traveled horseback? What is the truth in this myth? by. Yeonjin and Yein The plains Indians lived in tipis. Indians in New England would have frozen to death in tipis. And of course horses are not indigenous to the New World, so Indians didn't have them until the White Man brought them. However, the Pilgrims were not the first Europeans in the New World, by any stretch of the imagination, so it's possible some Indians had horses .
The Indians of this place live in small round houses covered with mats, which they can carry on their backs. They have no horses nor any livestock save they do have dogs. so this myth is
so this myth is truth!!
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