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How were the indian tribes organised?
the indian nation was never led by an individual, within the nation there were tribes led by chiefs of bands eg.sioux , each band was led by chief,ruled by all male council, influenced by a warrior society
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Role of settler women on the plains?
responsible for housework and educating children, became lonely so they nursed the sick and helped each other in childbirth, formed church groups to help civilise the frontier
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Role of plains indian women?
tanning buffalo hides. making tipis, finding foos for horses and leading the packhorses when tribe was on the move
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life on plains for settlers?
houses were made of turf called sod houses, little or no wood, lack of water made crops fail, extreme weather battered ,froze and baked the land ,
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What was the gold rush?
in 1848 marshall found gold but he wanted it to be a secret but it soon leaked out and many people headed west.
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Why did the gold rush not work out for some people?
by 1849 the easy gold was gone becuase streams became exhased and expensive underground mining took over. Some miners spent hours and founf nothing but end reslut was depression. People has little choice the could work for mingcomps in badconds ordie
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