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A research study on the Caddo, Osage, & Quapaw Indians of Arkansas 5 th graders at Sunnymede Elementary investigated these tribes and how their lives back.

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1 A research study on the Caddo, Osage, & Quapaw Indians of Arkansas 5 th graders at Sunnymede Elementary investigated these tribes and how their lives back then have effected our lives today.

2 CADDO Perfect farmer's Made beautiful pottery Live in South West part of AR Live in thatch house's By aracely l

3 Caddo Caddo were farmers. They made beautiful pottery. They lived in south west part of Arkansas. The Caddo lived in thatched houses. Tajreana

4 Caddo Farmers Made beautiful pottery SW part of Arkansas By Elena htm

5 Caddo The caddos live in in a grass house. There were the first ones to give threre land. They gave the land to ARKASNSS They had there houses hached YOSI m

6 Caddo Farmers Made beautiful pottery Sw part of Arkansas By:Carlos

7 Caddo Skilled farmers Made beautiful pottery South western part of AR Thatched houses By: Pablo C. g

8 CADDO The CADDO INDIANS USED TO BE FARMERS MADE BEAUTIFUL POTTERY THACHED HOUSES SW OF AR BY KEDAR a%20Indians

9 Caddo Farmers Made beautiful pottery. Southwest part of AR thatched houses.

10 caddo The caddo Indians are farmers They make beautiful They live in SW of Arkansas They have thatched houses html#record

11 Caddo The Caddo Indians were farmers The Caddo Indians made beautiful poetry The Caddo Indians live in the SW part of AR The Caddo Indians live in thatched houses by amy s/images/blueeagle_chief.jpgs/images/blueeagle_chief.jpg amy

12 Caddos The Arkansas Indian tribe that most effected life today is the Caddo. They helped us grow crops. They had beautiful pottery without the pottery we wouldn't have pottery decorations around our houses. Without them being farmers we probably wouldn't have crops or vegetables. By: Tajreana Campbell

13 Caddo The Arkansas Indian tribe that effect life today is the Caddo. They helped us by farming,made pottery and they thatched houses. Now we Improved their ideas. Because thats one way we have food,pottery and the we now thatch houses. By Elena Cervantes

14 Osage They were very brave hunters. The Osage were brave, tall and strong people. They lived in the North of Arkansas. Tajreana article.asp?ArticleID=2535

15 Osage They're hunters Brave, Tall, Strong North part of AR By aracely article.asp?ArticleID=2535

16 Osage Hunters Brave,tall,strong N part of Arkansas By:Carlos

17 Osage The Osage Indians were hunters The Osage Indians were brave, tall, and strong The Osage Indians live in NW part of AR. The Osage Indians were warlike by amy

18 Osage Hunters Brave tall strong N part of AR By kedar g

19 Osage Hunters Brave, tall, and strong Lived in northern part of AR Steal from other tribes By: Pablo C. g

20 OSAGE They are very good hunters They can be very, brave,tail,and strong N part of AR yosi l

21 Osage Hunters brave,tall,and strong N part of Arkansas By Elena

22 Osage Hunters Brave,tall,strong North part of Arkansas.

23 Osage Osage Indians are very brave hunters They are tall,strong. They lived in north part of Arkansas Osage cs/search/osage_indian

24 Osage The Arkansas tribe that most likely effected life today would be the Osage Indian tribe simply because they were great hunters, and they were brave, tall, and strong no matter what. They help us by example. Strong leaders are always important, even today. By Makaela Swinney

25 Osage The Osage Indian tribe effected life today is food. They helped us be hunters and get food to live and if they did not teach us how to hunt we would die. LukeH.

26 Osage The Arkansas Indian tribe that most effect life today is the Osage they help us because if we didn't have money to buy food then we can hunt because the Osage taught us how one more thing they were brave so they don't got to be scared to hunt deers or something By kedar davis

27 QUAPAW Live in long houses They're greeters, and friendly Made pottery Live along Mississippi River Live in the East part of AR They were traders By aracely fe=active&q=quapaw&start=20&sa=N&ndsp=20

28 Quapaw The Quapaws were very friendly greeters. Quapaws lived along the Mississippi river. They were traders. They lived in the east part of Arkansas. Tajreana x

29 Quapaw Greeters Friendly Lived in long houses Made poetry E part of AR Traders By amy oklahoma/Quapaw.jpg

30 Quapaw Friendly Indians Lived in long houses Made pottery Lived by Mississippi river Traders By: Pablo C. oklahoma/Quapaw.jpg

31 QUAPAW TRADERS 3 PART OF STATE LIVE ALONG MISSISSIPPI RIVER MADE POTTERY LONG HOUSE GREETERS FRIENDLY BY.KEDAR w%20Indians

32 Quapaw Greeters, friendly Long house Made pottery E part of Arkansas By:Carlos

33 Quapaw Indians They were well- mannered They were hunters and fishers. They often painted their bodies with designs sometimes covering their entire body. By Makaela Swinney

34 Quapaw E part of state Traders Made pottery Long house Lived along Mississippi river Friendly

35 quapaw greeters,friendly Long houses Make pottery Live along Mississippi river Part of state Traders By damian w%20Indians

36 QUAPAW Friendly E part of state Traders Made pottery Long houses Lived along Mississippi River yosi Quapaw.html

37 Quapaw The Arkansas Indian tribe that most effect life today is Quapaw. They help us today by their nature skills and farming skills. How we are using these skills today is to help us to be better farmers and help us to care for nature. by Danny Carlile

38 Quapaw Indians The Arkansas Indian tribe that most effect life today is the Quapaw Indians. They help us by being traders,and by being friendly. Also make beautiful pottery. We still have people who are traders and people who make beautiful pottery still nowadays by Amy

39 The Arkansas Indian tribe that most effect life today is the Quapaw. They help us because they taught us to trade and greet people This is by Aracely

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