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Wigwam

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A wigwam, wickiup or wetu is a domed dwelling formerly used by certain Native American and ... Wigwams usually take longer to put up than tipis and their frames are usually not portable like a tipi....

Native American Homes: Wigwams, Longhouses, Tepees, Lodges ...

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Wigwams (or wetus) are Native American houses used by Algonquian ... The frame can be shaped like a dome, like a cone, or like a rectangle with an arched roof. .... Native American plank houses look rather similar to old European houses, ...

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Oct 27, 2014 ... Don't like this video? ... Native Americans used a wide variety of homes, the most well-known ones are: Longhouses, Wigwams, Teepees, ...

Native American History for Kids: Homes and Dwellings - Ducksters

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... in the United States. Teepee, wigwam, longhouse, pueblo, and more. ... These tribes built more permanent homes like the pueblo or longhouse. Click here for ...

Wigwams - Native Americans in Olden Times for Kids

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The Ojibwa, for example, made their wigwams by covering a wood frame with hide and then ... Today, Native Americans live in houses just like yours and mine.

Facts for Kids: Algonquin Indians (Algonquins) - Orrin's Website

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But they did have toys, games and dolls, like this 18th-century doll in its miniature ... they lived in settled villages of birchbark houses, called waginogans or wigwams. .... Kipawa: Portrait of a People gives you a good look at an actual Algonkin ...

Shelter - Wigwam - Wildwood Survival

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A wigwam is a traditional shelter used by the Ojibway people of northern Ontario ... The end saplings do not meet, but are simply tied to the side sapling arches.

What was the housing of the Ojibwa Indians? | Reference.com

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Where did the Ojibwa Indians live? ... To make a wigwam, the Ojibwa bent peeled green ironwood saplings into arches, ... What did an Apache home look like?

What did the Miami Indians' houses look like? | Reference.com

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Unlike many other American Indian tribes, the Miami Indians did not live in tepees. ... Ohio and Illinois, lived in wigwam-style oval homes made of woven reeds.

wickiup | Native American dwelling | Britannica.com

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Wickiup, also called wigwam, indigenous North American dwelling ... Computer once meant a person who did computations, but now the term almost universally  ...

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What Is a Wigwam? | Wonderopolis

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Oct 10, 2014 ... Do you know what a wigwam looks like? Jump online and check out Native American Houses to see pictures of wigwams, longhouses, teepees ...

Native American Houses for kids *** - Native Indian Tribes

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Tepees are pointed tent-like American Indian houses, not to be confused with Wigwams, which are small rounded cone shaped structures with an arched roof ...

Mi'kmaw Daily Life - Shelter and Implements - Mi'kmaq Spirit

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Mar 27, 2016 ... 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.