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Blackfoot tipis, 1913


Blackfoot Tipis

Blackfoot tipis, 1913, by Joseph Dixon

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The nomadic Blackfoot lived in tipis, that were easy to put up and take down. Women were responsible for making the tipi from deerskin, buffalo, antelope, or moose hides.  The tribe was known for the beautiful designs that adorned the tipis, which were also painted by the women usually to honor animal and nature spirits. It was believed that these designs would protect their families. The women were also responsible for putting up and taking down the tipis, which they were able to accomplish in about 20 minutes.



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