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Most of the clothing consisted of the hides of buffalo and deer, ... Plains moccasins tended to be constructed with soft braintanned hide ...

firstpeoplesofcanada.com/fp_groups/fp_plains5.html

Religion. Plains Indians believed in a great god, the Sioux called that god the ' Wakan Tanka,' meaning the Great Spirit. The Plains believed all animals, plants,  ...

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Clothing and Fashion. The Plain Indians would wear clothing to meet the purpose of providing warmth, protection and religious ceremony, just like many of us!

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The Native Americans of the Plains made most of their clothing out of tanned animal hides. They made their finest clothes from the skins of antelope or mountain ...

www.accessgenealogy.com/native/plains-indian-dress.htm

Jul 3, 2013 ... Thus, the common shirt was after all not typical of the Plains Indians: it is only recently that the special decorated .form so characteristic of the ...

www.kidzworld.com/article/1303-american-indians-plains-tribes-and-southeastern-tribes

American Indians - Plains Tribes & Southeastern Tribes ... One of the styles of clothing that became popular later on was a long skirt and a cloth that went over ...

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(Native American) beadwork, quillwork, clothing, weapons, regalia of the Plains Indian, Plateau, Basin, Woodlands, Prairies.

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Plains Indians, Clothing: Plains women used bison hides and the softer, finer skins of deer and antelope to make garments. They decorated clothing with ...

www.warpaths2peacepipes.com/native-american-indians/great-plains-indians.htm

Learn about the life of the Great Plains Indians. Discover facts and information about the natural resources available, the languages, culture, clothing, their ...

www.native-languages.org/clothing.htm

In some tribes Indian clothing for men was a short kilt or fur trousers instead of a breechcloth. Most American Indian men did not use shirts, but Plains Indian ...