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What did the Sioux tribe use the Buffalo for?
Meat- food, Skins- wool, clothing,shoes, harness, vessels, tipi, Sinews, thread ropes, bowstrings, Bones, Dung for fuel.
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What did they belive?
Land was never owned, Generosity was expected, No one person was in charge, Most men became warriors, everything had a spirit, Mediecin men had contact with spiritual powers and could read visions. Circles- they saw everything as being connected.
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What were the roles of women?
Agriculture,, finding food, tanning buffalo hides, making Tipi, making most of the finished goods. They were responsible for the Tipi.
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What were the roles of men?
The dangerous work, hunting and fighting.
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Why did people travel west?
Poverty, disease, persecution, gold, a fresh start, fertile land, tales from mountain men, overpopulation in the east.
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What were the dangers of traveling west?
River crossing- wagons could tip over, Desert heat, Mountains, Disease, Cold, Indian attack although they were rare,
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