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Great Plains. By… Daetaroius Brown Christina Chiles Maria Cristobal Henry Reyes. Created by J. Morrison, Instructional Coach, Monaview Elementary. Location. -Flat land -rolling hills - Located in North Dakota and Montana -Dry climate.

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Great Plains

  • By…

    Daetaroius Brown

    Christina Chiles

    Maria Cristobal

    Henry Reyes

Created by J. Morrison, Instructional Coach, Monaview Elementary


Location

-Flat land

-rolling hills

- Located in North Dakota and Montana

-Dry climate

http://inkido.indiana.edu/w310work/romac/map.htm

Created by J. Morrison, Instructional Coach, Monaview Elementary


Food

  • Food sources

    • crops and buffalo

  • How they got the food

    • farming and hunting

http://inkido.indiana.edu/w310work/romac/map.htm

Created by J. Morrison, Instructional Coach, Monaview Elementary


Homes

The Great Plains Indians lived in lodges, and tepees.

Their homes were made of wood and sticks too.

http://inkido.indiana.edu/w310work/romac/map.htm

Created by J. Morrison, Instructional Coach, Monaview Elementary


Tribes

Mandan

  • About 8,000 once occupied the earth

    • lived in lodged villages on the shores of the Heart River near present-day Mandan, North Dakota.

      Kiowa

  • Kiowa settlement once lined river from what is now Montana all the way to Oklahoma.

http://memory.loc.gov/ammem/award97/ndfahtml/ngp_nd_native.html

Created by J. Morrison, Instructional Coach, Monaview Elementary


Other information

They made they’re clothes out of buffalo skin.

They lived in forest along the Missouri River.

The Kiowas use to call horses ‘’big dogs’’

http://inkido.indiana.edu/w310work/romac/map.htm

Created by J. Morrison, Instructional Coach, Monaview Elementary


Works Cited

  • http://inkido.indiana.edu/w310work/romac/map.htm


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