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Q: What are the names of two provinces where buffalo once roamed on great open plains?
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Were did millions of buffalo once roamed?

Great Plains


Why did the Dakota tribe live in North Dakota?

The Dakota depended on the buffalo/bison for food, clothing, shelter, weapons. So they followed the buffalo as they roamed the Great Plains, including North Dakota.


What provinces does the great plains run through?

The Great Plains run through the Canadian provinces of Alberta, Manitoba, and Saskatchewan.


What area of North America once provided food for millions of buffalo?

In North America millions of bison once roamed. The grasses of the Great Plains provided food for these vast herds.


What resources did the Great Plains Indians use from the buffalo?

buffalo was a very good resource for the Indians on the great plains, the buffalo supplied shelter, food, and clothing.


What were the great plains Indians foods?

Buffalo meat was the Great Plains Indians food.


The Sioux Indians once roamed which region?

I think its the Great Plains...i could be wrong


Natural resource in the great plains?

the buffalo


What was the most important food on the Great Plains?

The buffalo was the most important food on the Great Plains.


What became of the Indians and buffalo that originally inhabited the great plains?

The buffalo came close to being extinct but have now survived. Some farsighted people realized that saving the buffalo was essential and now they have recovered. The American Indians who once roamed freely live on reservations or have assimilated into society.


What became of the Indian buffalo that originally inhabited the great plains?

The buffalo came close to being extinct but have now survived. Some farsighted people realized that saving the buffalo was essential and now they have recovered. The American Indians who once roamed freely live on reservations or have assimilated into society.


Why did the buffalo begin to disappear from the great plains in the 1870?

Many European Americans came to the Great Plains and killed the buffalo. The Native Americans also hunted the buffalo for their meat and skin.

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