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Q: What is the movable house called used by the plains Indians?
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What kind of building did plains Indians live in?

they live in a long house


What was the house called that the sappony Indians live in?

For centuries the Sappony have called home the area known as the High Plains Indian Settlement located among the rolling hills found between the waters of the Hyco River, Mayo Creek, and Blew Wing Creek. The North Carolina-Virginia border line runs through the heart of this close-knit Indian community which is part of the southeastern section of Halifax County, Virginia and the northeastern section of Person County, North Carolina. Between 1911 and 1913, both states officially recognized the Indians living in this Settlement.


What is a house made of animal skins and found in the great plains?

The houses made of animal skins and were located in the Great Plains are Tepees which are also referred to as Tipi.


What was the basic difference between the Coastal and Plateau Indians?

The Plateau Indians ate salmon, deer, elk, small animals, berries, seeds, and roots, especially the camas roots. The Coastal Indians ate salmon, whale, shellfish, and otters. They dried their meat so they could eat it later. The Plateau Indians' houses were called pit houses. They were made out of mud, dirt, and grass. The Coastal Indians' houses were called longhouses. They were made out of cedar. They made boards to connect them to make a house. The Plateau Indians' clothing was made out of hides, quills, fur, and feathers. The Coastal Indians made their clothing out of cedar and seashells. The Plateau Indians made their leather from deer and elk fur. The Coastal Indians got the seashells at the beach. The Plateau Indian's tools were called digging sticks, rocks, and arrowheads. The Coastal Indians' tools were made out of shells, whale teeth, bones, and harpoons. The Plateau Indians' art was baskets and beadwork. The Coastal Indians' art was totem poles and carvings. The Plateau and Coastal Indians' art was made by hand. The Plateau Indian's beliefs were pow-wows. The Plateau Indians' custom was spirits. The Coastal Indians' beliefs were spirits. The Coastal Indians' customs were also the potlatch.


Did idians use tepees?

some did using Indians is a bit of a to general word but many like the shawnee Indians made permenant homes sometimes having to be left behind when they migrated some did using Indians is a bit of a to general word but many like the shawnee Indians made permenant homes sometimes having to be left behind when they migrated

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How was the house of sitting bull?

The house was a tipi, because the Sioux tribe were great plains Indians so they needed a transportable house.It was probably made of buffalo hide.


What is a movable structure which allows access to a house?

A door is a movable structure that allows access to a house. It can be opened or closed to control entry into the building.


What tribe built the tepee house?

If my Social Studies book is correct, mostly the Cheyenne Indians, or the ones that lived in the Great Plains areas.


What homes do the plains Indians live in?

The Eastern Plains Indians lived in teepees that were large enough to house up to four families. They constructed them from animal hides and sticks. They were built so that the opening would face the rising sun.


What is a sentence with the words movable and transportable?

The storage crate fit Jill's needs perfectly, it was movable between rooms and was transportable to her new house.


What is name of red Indians house?

Hello, I'm pretty sure they are called Tipi's


What is movable round house made of wool felt mats?

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How do you use the word homestead in a sentence?

(noun) When they returned to their homestead, they found that Indians had burned their house. (verb) Many immigrants decided to homestead on the Great Plains, and built farms there.


What type of houses do cahuilla Indians live in?

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