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en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wigwam

A wigwam, wickiup or wetu is a domed dwelling formerly used by certain Native American and ... The domed, round shelter was used by numerous Native American cultures. The curved surfaces make it an ideal shelter for all kinds of ...

www.native-languages.org/houses.htm

Brush shelters (including wickiups, lean-tos, gowa, etc.) are temporary Native American dwellings used by many tribes. Brush shelters are typically very small,  ...

www.warpaths2peacepipes.com/native-american-houses

An illustrated guide to Native American Houses and homes of various Indian tribes with pictures and videos. The Native American Houses homes and shelters  ...

www.germantownbulldogs.org/pages/Indian%20Project/homes.html

Below are different types of Indian homes and descriptions of each. The Indians in the Northwest Culture lived in wooden lodges. ... Indian Shelters · The Plains ...

www.crowcanyon.org/educationproducts/peoples_mesa_verde/archaic_housing.asp

Archaic houses were simple structures consisting of a framework of branches covered with animal hides, reeds, or brush.

www.crowcanyon.org/educationproducts/pueblo_history_kids/paleoindian_houses.asp

Paleoindian houses were simple, temporary structures called "brush shelters." This type of house made sense for people who led a nomadic lifestyle. Although  ...

www.inquiry.net/outdoor/shelter/indian.htm

Designs Adapted from Indian Models. While the ingenuity of the white man may make improvements upon the wick-ups, arbors, huts, and shelters of the native ...

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Oct 27, 2014 ... A collection of Native American houses sometimes called "Indian homes". These are extremely rare to see today, as most (almost all) Native ...

www.indiashelter.in

ABOUT US. India Shelter provides credit to middle income households to acquire new housing or to extend and improve their current housing. 0 ...

www.aaanativearts.com/colville-tribe/plateau-indian-dwellings.htm

The Dwellings, shelters and homes of the Plateau Indians changed with the introduction of the horse in the late 1700s.