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.
Pictures and descriptions of different types of Native American Indian homes
including wigwams, longhouses, tipis, and adobe houses.
Oct 10, 2014 ... What's the difference between a wigwam and a teepee? ... For example, a Native
American tribe might build wigwams to be used throughout ...
Not all Woodland Indians built longhouses. Some built wigwams. A wigwam was
a round building with a round top. It was made from tree logs, covered again ...
Dwelling description: The Choctaw Indian, dwelling with his family, in a wigwam
of a most primitive construction. It was in the form of a bee-hive, or rather of a ...
wigwam Shelter used by Native North Americans of the Eastern Woodlands
culture. Wigwams were made from bark, reed mats or thatch, spread over a pole
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Oct 27, 2014 ... A collection of Native American houses sometimes called "Indian homes". ... the
most well-known ones are: Longhouses, Wigwams, Teepees, ...
Native American Facts For Kids was written for young people learning about the
... lived in settled villages of birchbark houses, called waginogans or wigwams.
The replicated village at IAIS includes a Sachem's House, bark-covered
wigwams, a reed-covered wigwam, a Three Sisters garden and a dugout canoe.
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