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  1. 1. The Cheyenne<br />By Hannah Strawmyer <br />
  2. 2. Location and Climate<br /><ul><li> They lived in North and South Dakota, Montana, and Oklahoma.
  3. 3. Winter- Winter was very cold with lots of sleet, snow, and blizzards.</li></ul> Summer- Summer was warm, dry, and calm.<br />
  4. 4. Home Structure and Family Structure<br /><ul><li> There homes were made of…</li></ul>Tepees-made of buffalo hide<br />Lodges-tent-shaped brush<br /><ul><li> Women ran the house while the men were usually gone hunting.</li></li></ul><li>Food<br /><ul><li> They ate buffalo, deer, fruit, vegetables, and berries.
  5. 5. They hunted, gathered, and farmed.</li></li></ul><li>Clothing and Tools<br /><ul><li>Men and boys wore breechcloths and moccasins. Women and girls wore deerskin dresses and boots or moccasins.
  6. 6. They made hammers, carvers, knifes, bows, arrows, clubs, and spears out of mainly buffalo.</li></li></ul><li>Religious Beliefs and Communication<br /><ul><li> They believed in many gods and spirits. Their main god was Heammawiho. </li></ul>Language- Algonquian<br />Written Language- unknown <br />
  7. 7. Arts and Crafts<br /><ul><li> They made quill embroidery, beadwork, pottery, and pipe stone carvings.</li></li></ul><li>Extra Info.<br /><ul><li> Mothers wore beaded cradleboards on their backs to hold the baby while they work.</li>

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