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Traditional Clothing


Native American dress moccasins were worn throughout North America and into Central America. They remain as a popular footwear among many Indian tribes today.


 Trailer War Bonnet were worn by Indian tribes in the Great Plains region, such as the Sioux, Crow, Blackfeet, Cheyenne, and Plains Cree.



Southwest Native Americans hunted mammoths until they became extinct
Maize or corn was a very important crop for the people of the northeast woodlands. It was the main food and was eaten at every meal.

Indian corn. Photo courtesy of CIMMYT, copyright, used with permission.

Facts on File, American Indian History Online

This database is a great source for information. It contains timelines, maps, charts, images and videos, and primary sources relating to American Indian history. 


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