Presentation on theme: "Other Tribes We will be focusing on mainly the Missouri Indians but we will mention other tribes."— Presentation transcript:
1 Other TribesWe will be focusing on mainly the Missouri Indians but we will mention other tribes.
2 Location of the Missouri Indians The Missouri Indians were a part of the southern Sioux tribes who lived along the Missouri River. Missouri our state was named after the Missouri Indians because people started marking their maps Missouri where the Missouri Indians lived . That is how our state got it’s name meaning ‘‘ people of the big canoes .’’
3 Food of the Missouri Indians The Missouri Indians ate food that was cooked,boiled such as corn, beans,and pumpkins.Some gathered berries and swopped with other tribes.
4 Culture of the Missouri Indians Missouri was a small tribe. Missouri name means “ People with the dugout canoes.” They also hunted buffalo. The Missouri Indians were part of the Southern Sioux. They were framers who lived in oven shaped areas. The crops that they grow were mostly tobacco.
5 Clothing of the Plains Indians Woman wore a lot. Jewelry, such as earrings and bracelets. The men wore bare claw necklaces, fur arm, guard , and blue shirt, white, blanket, with blue stripe, red cloth leggings with straps to belt, red and yellow feathers, split ear lobe with pendent on hoop, feathers, paint,and nose hoop.
6 The Location of the Plains Indians The Plains Indians included tribes such as the Sioux,Cheyenne,Crow,Blackfeet,Comanche, Pawnee,and many more.These tribes lived in the Great Plains region of North America.The Great Plains was made up of gasslands,valleys,streams,and hills.There were very few trees where these tribes lived.It was hot in the summer and cold in the winter. There were many wild animals for these tribes to hunt.
7 Housing of the plains Indians Plains Indians lived in teepees made of buffalo hides .The door to the teepee was round . Women on these tribes were responsible for putting up and taking down the teepees.Some tribes did not move from place to place, so these Indians lived in earth or grass lodges.