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How the Plains Indians Lived
A look at how the Plains Indians lived in the period prior to the arrival of the white man.
# 139414 | 2,500 words | 8 sources | MLA | 2008 | US
Published on Dec 01, 2008 in Native-American Studies (General)


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This paper examines how the Plains Indians lived in the period prior to the arrival of the white man and in the generations immediately following the white man's arrival. Specifically, it considers the huge tract of land these peoples called home and the difficult climactic conditions foisted upon the Plains Indians people by a natural environment that was alternately extremely cold or extremely hot. Additionally, the paper describes the earth lodges the Plains Indian tribes customarily built near rivers and the teepees (and wigwams) they created to serve them as they traveled across the land looking for food.

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"The following paper will look at how the Plains Indians lived in the period prior to the arrival of the white man and in the generations immediately following the white man's arrival. Specifically, the next several pages will look at the huge tract of land these peoples called home (it encompasses much North America) and time will be devoted to looking at the difficult climactic conditions foisted upon the Plains Indians people by a natural environment that was alternately extremely cold or extremely hot. Proceeding onward, the paper will look at the earth lodges the Plains Indian tribes customarily built near rivers and the..."

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