A wigwam, wickiup or wetu is a domed dwelling formerly used by certain Native
American and First Nations tribes, and still used for ceremonial purposes.
Aug 30, 2013 ... Open for ideas on how to set up camp and what to add to this living area. ... take
out the stones and place inside the center pit of the lodge.
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This is what the teepees were for. Another main structure are the wigwams. ...
Inside a wigwam women would cook, weave, and clean clothes and/or other ...
What is a wigwam made from? A wigwam is made of a conical or dome-shaped
framework of wooden poles lashed .... What does a wigwam look like inside?
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Feb 24, 2013 ... The most common shelter used by the Mi'kmaq was the wigwam*. ... Inside the
wigwam, a rock fireplace stood in the center to provide heat and ...
Wigwam Motel on old Route 66 in Holbrook, Arizona - Historic Site.
A wigwam is a dome-shaped shelter, covered in bark or hides, built and used by
... Inside her wigwam I see that her deerskin pants we made last spring are ...
It is one of many different styles of wigwam and is designed to be built on ... The
hides inside the wigwam have not been tanned, but will soften with age and use.