A tipi (also tepee or teepee) is a conical tent, traditionally made of animal skins
upon wooden ... Tipis are stereotypically and incorrectly associated with all
Native Americans in the United State...
Pictures and descriptions of different types of Native American Indian homes ...
Some tribes were agricultural-- they lived in settled villages and farmed the land
for ... Tepees (also spelled Teepees or Tipis) are tent-like American Indian
Kids learn about Native American Indian teepee, longhouse, and pueblo homes
and dwellings in the United States.
Native Americans ... A tepee (tipi, teepee) is a Plains Indian home. ... to announce
yourself and wait for an invitation to enter a tepee, even if you lived there.
The size of Indian tepees varies. If migrating with a lot of family members, it only
made sense for a particular Native American group to assemble a tepee large ...
Description of the Tepee, a Native American Indian shelter and style of house.
Discover how the Tepee was built and the Native American tribes who lived in ...
The tipi (the Sioux name for house) or conical tent-dwelling of the upper lake and
plains region ... They were an agrarian people who lived in log homes (not tee
pees) and observed ... Native American life in the Mid-South from early explorers.
When you hear the words, "Indian," or "Native American," you probably think of
tipis. But, as a matter of fact, most Indians did not live in tipis. Tipis were used ...
Tipis are stereotypically associated with Native Americans in general, but Native
... The Plains Indians lived in tipis because they are easily disassembled and so ...
A secondary school revision resource for GCSE History about school history
projects, the American West and the Native American way of life.