The Plains Indians did not settle in one place. They lived in houses called tepees. These house were cone-shaped and made of buffalo skins sewn together. Also tepees had poles for a frame. Tepees could be taken down and moved. The Plains Indians took great pride in painting their tepees. Drawings on tepees might show a great buffalo hunt. Or they might show a time when the owner of the tepee was very brave.
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