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The S hawnee tribe: far ranging people. By: Nathaniel Schaden. What do they wear?. The Shawnee wore breechclouts and legins deer skins paint and feathers. They used deer skins to make breechclouts and legins . There feathers were normally red or yellow. What were they known for?.

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what do they wear
What do they wear?
  • The Shawnee wore breechclouts and legins deer skins paint and feathers.
  • They used deer skins to make breechclouts and legins.
  • There feathers were normally red or yellow.
what were they known for
What were they known for?
  • The word shawnee is taken from the word shawanwa which means southerner.
  • Most Shawnee's went south and east settling in Maryland, Eastern Pennsylvania, South Carolina, and even Florida.
what do they look like
What do they look like?
  • The shawnee had split earlobes [ which is kind of nasty].
  • They also had red and yellow feathers and deer skins.
how many of them were there
How many of them were there?
  • At first there was about 12 tribes.
  • I think they died out with dieses.