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  • 1. Arapaho Tribe By: JOSEPH BOAL, Camille Pickrell, and Logan Feiler .
  • 2. Food by Joe <ul><li>The Arapaho tribe ate buffalo &amp; elk &amp; deer for food. </li></ul>
  • 3. Arts and crafts by: Camille. <ul><li>The Apsoalooke nation did simple designs such as circles, squares, and triangles. </li></ul>
  • 4. Clothes by: Joseph. Girls wore long dresses and men wore deer sink.
  • 5. Location by: Camille. Years ago, The Arapaho lived on the Western great Plans. They lived in Wyoming, and Oklahoma.
  • 6. Shelter by. Logan f. <ul><li>The Arapaho lived in large cone shaped tepees made out of buffalo hides. </li></ul>
  • 7. Interesting Facts By: Camille, and Joseph The Arapaho Tribe had to make fire by rubbing two sticks together. They had a language that died out in the 1800,s.
  • 8. Transportation by .Logan f. <ul><li>They used dog sleds to pull their belongings .later they used horses. </li></ul>

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