3 Sioux Tribe Lived: Dakota’s, Kansas, Nebraska, Montana, and Wyoming. How they lived: Nomadic and moved frequently followed buffalo herds and lodged in teepees.No matter how often they moved they were a united tribe.
4 Sioux Tribe Con’t.What they wore: strips of leather in their hair to keep their hair pulled back.Clothes were all made of animal skin (mostly deer skin). Women wore long dresses and leggings, men wore deerskins shirts and tight leggings.
5 3 Interesting Facts On Sioux Sioux means “Little Snake”Refer themselves to Lakota/DakotaSocial activities powow, rodeos, and races
6 Cheyenne TribeLived- Great Plains east of Rocky Mountains west of Mississippi River, Settled in Montana and Oklahoma.How They Lived- Took care of morning chores after waking up, men prepared to start hunting, women would keep the camp in order.
7 Cheyenne TribeWhat They Wore- Men wore hip-leggings made of deerskin, women wore moccasins knee length leggings and dresses made of deerskin.
8 3 Interesting Facts About the Cheyennee Cheyenee customs was smoking of the peace pipe.They had their own language.Their homes were made from logs and earth.
9 Pawnee Tribe Lived- Valley of Platte River, Nebraska How They Lived- Women grew crops and made pottery, women were perceived as the power of life, men would huntWhat They Wore- Women wore skirts and moccasins, and in the winter they wore buckskin dresses, men would wear loin cloths in warmer weather
10 3 Interesting Facts About the Pawmee Pawnee name derived from Caddoan pariki, meaning “horn”.Men were excellent hunters.They hunted quail, raccoons, skunks, and prairie chickens.
11 BlackFoot Tribe Lived- Montana How They Lived- They were excellent warriors. They were also very good hunters.What They Wore- They wore many animals skins and used mother nature to supply there colthing
12 3 Interesting Facts About Blackfoot They are called Blackfoot because of how they wore black moccasins.Every part of the buffalo was used for various reasons. It was never wasted.They lived in buffalo made teepees.