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By Bryce, Austin, & Elgin
They used berries that the women picked.
Bows and arrows, knives, and when the when the white men came the Osage got guns.
When the explorers came they brought horses with them from their old country.
The buffalo, the Osage could use every part of the buffalo. They used the buffalo for food, clothes, and shelter.
Buffalo, deer, beaver, squirrel, bear, & ducks.
Tipi’s, half shelters, canoe shelter, and mounds.
The Plains Indians, because of the limited land, rivers, and the animals.
The bladder was a water bag, the skin was for tipis, and the stomach was a cooking bag.
Water boys would take the bladder and fill it up for the hunters.
Osage lived on the west side of the Mississippi River.
The powerful Osage Indians
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