A tipi (also tepee or teepee) is a conical tent, traditionally made of animal skins
upon wooden poles. A tipi is distinguished from other conical tents by the smoke
flaps at the top of the structure...
A tepee (tipi, teepee) is a Plains Indian home. It is made of buffalo hide fastened
around very long wooden poles, designed in a cone shape. Tepees were warm ...
The Plains Indians lived in the huge area between the Mississippi and the Rocky
... A teepee was made from leaning poles together and covering them with ...
Tipis are the conical skin- or canvas-covered dwellings used by the Plains
Indians as permanent or seasonal dwellings. The Sioux word tipi literally
translates as ...
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Jul 21, 2009 ... http://tinyurl.com/mj2cjf - The tipi is not the final answer for everyone, of course (
even the Plains Indians built other structures), but it remains ...
Kids learn about Native American Indian teepee, longhouse, and pueblo homes
and ... Teepees were the homes of the nomadic tribes of the Great Plains.
The Plains Indians were nomadic hunters of buffalo. This meant that they had to
follow the buffalos herd when the animals moved from place to place, looking for
Plains Indians lived in tepees -- also known as teepees, tepes and tipis --
because these dwellings were easy to move as the Native Americans followed
herds of ...
The nomadic Plains Indian tribes used teepees. Plains Indians is a blanket term
that includes a number of individual tribes, including Pawnee, Omaha, Plains ...
With this easy-to-make model of an Indian teepee village, youngsters 5 and up
can travel back in time to a way of life practiced for centuries by tribes that