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None of the Plains tribes were originally Plains tribes - they all migrated into the Great Plains when horses became available. Living on the vast, empty grasslands was almost impossible without horses, which made following the herds a practicable lifestyle.

Previously most of the Plains tribes had lived in the northern woodlands or east of the Missouri river.

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None of the Plains tribes were originally Plains tribes - they all migrated into the Great Plains when horses became available. Living on the vast, empty grasslands was almost impossible without horses, which made following the herds a practicable lifestyle.

Previously most of the Plains tribes had lived in the northern woodlands or east of the Missouri river.

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Which of e following was not an original plains Indian tribe?

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What was not an original Indian tribe?

None of the Plains tribes were originally Plains tribes - they all migrated into the Great Plains when horses became available. Living on the vast, empty grasslands was almost impossible without horses, which made following the herds a practicable lifestyle.Previously most of the Plains tribes had lived in the northern woodlands or east of the Missouri river.


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What did Indian tribe eat the plains?

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