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By: Dylan Milhorne<br />What helped Native Americans Survive!<br />Native American Teepees<br />
Materials Used To Build A Teepee<br />Outer layer is made of animal skin or birch bark.<br />The skin is usually bison ski...
How Teepees Are Put Together AndWith What Tools?<br />The Teepees are put together with ropes.<br />For tools they mostly ...
What Teepees Look LikeAndThe Roofs<br />They are a cone shape with poles sticking out the top.<br />Sometimes Indians woul...
<ul><li>Stayed cool during the summer but they left a gap from the ground.
During the winter, Indians stay warm and comfortable.
The liner in the inside add a insulation in the cold winters.
The inside stays dry when there is heavy rain.
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Dylan Milhore Native American Teepees

  1. 1. By: Dylan Milhorne<br />What helped Native Americans Survive!<br />Native American Teepees<br />
  2. 2. Materials Used To Build A Teepee<br />Outer layer is made of animal skin or birch bark.<br />The skin is usually bison skin.<br />In the middle are 10 to 12 poles made of wood.<br />
  3. 3. How Teepees Are Put Together AndWith What Tools?<br />The Teepees are put together with ropes.<br />For tools they mostly used their hands and hammer.<br />
  4. 4. What Teepees Look LikeAndThe Roofs<br />They are a cone shape with poles sticking out the top.<br />Sometimes Indians would paint tribal designs on them.<br />There weren’t roofs but they cut holes in the top for the poles to stick out of the teepees.<br />
  5. 5. <ul><li>Stayed cool during the summer but they left a gap from the ground.
  6. 6. During the winter, Indians stay warm and comfortable.
  7. 7. The liner in the inside add a insulation in the cold winters.
  8. 8. The inside stays dry when there is heavy rain.
  9. 9. The fire that is in the teepee helps keep them warm.</li></ul>Weather <br />
  10. 10. What Doors Are MadeOf And How they Cook<br />The doors of teepees are made of animal skin.<br />At the top of the teepee there are smoke flaps so they can cook on the fire that is in the middle of it.<br />With the smoke flaps they could control how much smoke to let out.<br />
  11. 11. Would teepees work here?<br />I think teepees wouldn’t work here because there isn’t enough animals to hunt and be able to serve.<br />I think we wouldn’t be able to adapt this structure because houses now days are more complex then teepees.<br />Caldwell County<br />Could we adapt this structure to our needs here?<br />
  12. 12. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Teepees<br />Resources<br />

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