What is wigwams made out of?
"Wigwam" comes from a Natick word wekuwomut, "in his
house". It is used in English as the name of a wide range of
dwellings built by the eastern woodlands tribes, almost always on a
framework of poles covered with sheets of tree bark or woven mats
of plant fibre.
Wigwams could be dome-shaped (with the support poles bent over
and fixed at their tops), cone-shaped or sometimes with an oval or
rectangular ground plan. They were generally quite small.
See links below for images of various wigwams: