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By Brandon and Cameron The Cheyenne
CornBeans Squash Bison Pumpkins Tobacco Corps Ducks Dirt coffee Fruit and Berries What did the Cheyenne eat
Omaha earth lodge (square shape) Wichita grass house (triangle shape) Sioux buffalo-hide tepee (cone shape ) What was the Cheyenne place of shelter
* black white brown horses * travois * waking What type of transportation did the Cheyenne use
fringed shirts * fringed shirts * breechcloths tit leggings * tit leggings arm bands * arm bands tanned deer or elk hide * tanned deer or elk hide What did the Cheyenne wear
The sun dance The scared place Big wheel Tracking the days Plains play What did the cheyennes traditions
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, I, the mighty sun, watch the peaceful people of the plains, the Pawnee. Blazing and bright, I give warmth and light to them as they weave clothing from.
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