The Comanche Indians originally lived in the Great Plains region of North America and were considered a branch of the Shoshone tribe. In 1700, the Comanche split from the Shoshone tribes and moved into the southern plain... More »

The Comanche, an offshoot of the Shoshone tribe, were a nomadic tribe in the lower Great Plains who were primarily hunters and gatherers. Horses were critical to their tribal culture, and they had a fierce and violent re... More »

The Comanche were a nomadic tribe living in the southern areas of the Great Plains. They lived in and travelled with tepees. They were known to be great horsemen, keeping huge herds and trading them with other tribes and... More »

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The Comanche were a nomadic tribe living in the southern areas of the Great Plains. They lived in and travelled with tepees. They were known to be great horsemen, keeping huge herds and trading them with other tribes and... More »

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The Lakota are a tribe of Native Americans, also known as the Teton, who live in the Great Plains region of North America. Collectively, they make up a confederation of seven Sioux tribes. The Lakota even have their own ... More »

The Mohican Indian tribe, originally named the Muh-he-con-neok or the People of the Waters That are Never Still, settled next to rivers. Sometimes known as the River Indians, the Mohicans' location next to waterways allo... More »

Comanche Indians created tipis, a type of house that resembles a conical tent. Tipis, also known as tepees, were made of animal skins and had smoke flaps at the structure supported by wooden poles. More »