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Apsaalooke (Crow) Nation

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  • 1. By : Hannah , Matthew and Luke Apsaalooke (Crow) Nation
  • 2. Interesting Facts by Matthew
          • They had many enemies like the black feet.
  • 3. Food and Shelter by Hannah
    • They ate corn,beans and bufflo meat and they hunted and picked it all.They made there homes out of log lodge poles and and they lived in tepees.
  • 4. Native clothes by Matthew
    • Women wore dresses and men wore leather coats. They wore moccasins
    • to project there feet.
  • 5. Location by Matthew
    • They lived in south east Montana near yellow stone.
  • 6. Transportation by Luke
    • And when they traveled by river they usually built rafts and crows would use dogs pulling travois to help them carry there belongings. The crow Indians weren't coastal people.
  • 7. Interesting facts Hannah The husband would proposed by giving them a horse.
  • 8. Arts and Crafts by Luke
    • Crow artists are famous for their bead work and carving arts.
  • 9. Interesting Facts by Luke
    • Chief Plenty Coups was a famous Apsaalooke chief.

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