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Pawnee Indians By Kynedi and Marinda
Where the Pawnee Indians LivedLived along Platte River Large oval lodges; formed with posts, willow branches, grass, and earth As many as people live in the same lodge About lodges Pawnees on Nebraska
How They Lived Women did most labor Young women watched and learnedOlder women watched children Men hunted, were warriors, and medicine men / priests
What They Ate Corn Buffalo Squash Deer Rabbit Maize
Cultures and TraditionsDanced around the fire Ceremonies to balance nature Prayed to their gods and spirits
Clans Bear Beaver Eagle Buffalo Deer Owl
Other Tribes Xau-i or Grand Pawnees Kit-ke-hak-I or Republican PawneesPit-a-hau-e-rat or Tapage Pawnees Ski-di or Loup Pawnees
Clothing Girls wore dresses made of buffalo skinBoys wore otter skin moccasins, buffalo skin loin cloths; in the summer; in the winter they wore buffalo robes, and pants
Other Names Paneassa Pariki Pari
Protection Dug deep into the ground and when enemies came into the hole the Pawnee Indians would start shooting They went on high hills to see who was coming
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