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Pawnee by Rachel Schutter

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The Pawnee Indians homes were teepees made out of buffalo hides.Pawnee girls wore skirts made out of deerskins. The Pawnee women grew corn, beans, squash.The traditional homelands of the Pawnee include lands along the Platte River in Nebraska and Kansas.

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10/20/2010 2:25 PM

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The Pawnee Indians homes were teepees made out of buffalo hides.Pawnee girls wore skirts made out of deerskins. The Pawnee women grew corn, beans, squash.The traditional homelands of the Pawnee include lands along the Platte River in Nebraska and Kansas.

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JR2PRSTD72P4-235-27
Created at 1/24/2011 1:39 PM by Kim Ostermann
Last modified at 1/24/2011 1:54 PM by Kim Ostermann