The Plains Indians were people living in North America. The Great Plains were home to the Plains Indians, who were mostly hunter-gatherers. Their beliefs and attitudes were based around their religion; therfore many ceremonies were held including Buffalo dances and Sun dances to symbolise why they did paticular activities in their daily lives (e.g. hunting or victory). There were also different nations of the Plains Indians e.g. the Sioux tribe and the Crow tribe. War between tribes was also common. Success in war was a paticular importance to each tribe, as well as to individual warriors. In the main, wars consisted of short, fierce battles which were fought to steal horses or captives. However, because they were nomadic hunters, the aim of war was not to conquer tribes or land- it was for honour, which was achieved by proving courage and bravery.
why were horses important to the western plains indians
Yes the plain indians live on the great plains. plain_indians.webs.com to learn more!
No, the Western Plains Indians were nomads.
the eastern plains indains.
why where eastern plains people able to farm more successfully than western plains people
the answer is yes
Many Western Plains Indians relied heavily on bison. They used everything on bison including their skin, hair, and meat in order to survive.
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The plains Indians live on the Great Plains.
Plains Indians Tribe clothing?
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The US government broke promises made to the Plains Indians.
It was not introduced, for the Plains Indians stole the horses from the spanish.
The plains Indians relied on the bison.
Buffalo meat was the Great Plains Indians food.
The Comanche were a part of the Plains Indians. They lived all over the Western states and also in Texas.
Comanches inhabited the Southern Plains and lived in parts of Western Texas, Eastern New Mexico, Southeastern Colorado, and Western Oklahoma.