A wigwam, wickiup or wetu is a domed dwelling formerly used by certain Native
... longer to put up than tipis and their frames are usually not portable like a tipi.
WIGWAM PHOTOS .... This created the look of an upside down basket. ... Each of
the Mississippian period towns, like Chucalissa, was arranged in a common ...
Aug 30, 2013 ... Just a few more finishing touches, but the wigwam has come together ... This
home might not look like much, but to me it represents nature's ...
Alternative title: wigwam ... The terms wickiup and wigwam both mean “dwelling”
and derive, respectively, from the ... What made you want to look up wickiup?
Where would you like to go? ... Working inside our wigwam ... You will ... We have
a small central fire hearth in our wigwam that keeps us warm when it is cold.
We encourage students and teachers to look through our main Shawnee
language and culture pages for in-depth information, ... What does it mean? ...
Here are some images of American Indian wigwams like the ones Shawnee
Feb 24, 2013 ... The most common shelter used by the Mi'kmaq was the wigwam*. ... In this way,
the bark overlapped like shingles to shed both rain and wind. ... use of bone,
which is more easily shaped, but does not hold an edge as long.
The Woodland Indians lived in wigwams and longhouses. ... These tribes were
hostile, or war-like, to each other until they joined together to become the "
League of the Five Nations". ... This created the look of an upside down basket.
Later, log ...
Wigwam, Birch Bark and Quill Basket. Musquodoboit River, Nova Scotia,
Waterways. The Eastern Woodlands area also has many natural waterways, from