Cheyenne Indian Teepees?


Cheyenne Indian teepees were constructed from animal hides and the teepees had a hole in the top to let smoke escape. The teepees were made to easily be taken down, as the Indians often moved around a lot. The Cherokee were considered nomad Indians, meaning they did not stay in one place too long. The teepees were easily transported as they traveled. All types of animal hides were used to construct the teepees and the hides provided warmth and shelter from the elements.
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