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Is there a tribe of Joseph? The Tribe of Joseph is one of the Tribes of Israel in biblical tradition. The territory of Joseph was thus one of the most valuable parts of the country, and the House of Joseph became the most dominant group in the Kingdom of Israel. Which tribes are the house
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What is the Otoe tribe known for? The Otoe – Missouria hunted bison, gathered plants, and grew corn, beans, pumpkins, and squash. They believed in Wakanda, a universal spirit. Their population was an estimated fifteen hundred in 1830 and 358 in 1890. Where is the Otoe tribe located? The Otoe – Missouria Tribe of Indians
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What did the Iroquois tribe hunt? The Iroquois used bows & arrows to hunt for deer, elk, ducks and fish and then later guns were used to hunt for bears, deer, rabbits, elks and ducks. Those are some uses of the hunt. How did the Iroquois use animals? The animals were important to the Iroquois
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Where are the Abenaki located? There are about 3,200 Abenaki living in Vermont and New Hampshire, without reservations, chiefly around Lake Champlain. The remaining Abenaki people live in multi-racial towns and cities across Canada and the US, mainly in Ontario, Quebec, New Brunswick, and northern New England. What is the Abenaki tribe known for? Yes–the
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What is the Pomo tribe known for? Pomo Indians are world-famous for their baskets. Most of their baskets were produced by women from the tribe, though men made some for hunting and sale. Since Pomo Indians survived on the food they gathered, the great majority of baskets were used for storing seeds and other dried
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