What type of shelter did the Cheyenne Indian have?

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The Cheyenne people were nomadic and ranged over the Great Plains in what is now South Dakota, Wyoming, Nebraska, Colorado and kansas. Since they needed to move quickly to follow the buffalo, these hunters lived in teepees. Some groups did live in
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Cheyenne Indians lived in what is now South Dakota, Nebraska, Wyoming, Colorado and in Kansas. In the 1800's some moved to the state of Oklahoma.
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The Cheyenne lived in tipi-style lodges called. xamaa-vee'e. in Cheyenne (the name means "ordinary dwelling" These consisted of a framework of lodgepoles covered with a
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The Cheyenne Indians came from the Great Plains region of the United States. This included South Dakota, Wyoming, Nebraska, Colorado, and Kansas. The United States ...
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