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The Native American Kiowa tribe wore clothing sourced from their surrounding environment. They used materials made from animal skins and decorated their clothing with paint, beads or fringe.

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The Kiowa Native American tribe came from the Rocky Mountains of Colorado and Montana to the reservation they currently reside at in Oklahoma. Like many other tribes existing today, the Kiowa have their own language and ...

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The history of the flag of the Kiowa Tribe of Oklahoma is shown in the design of the flag, which depicts a Kiowa warrior on a horse surrounded by 10 black and white eagle feathers. The feathers represent the Kiowa Medici...

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The Kiowa are a tribe of the Native Americans of the southern plains. They originated in the Kootenay region of British Columbia and migrated into Montana, then southward into Nebraska, Kansas, Oklahoma and Texas. The Ki...

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Native American clothing varied based on the region and tribe. However, certain commonalities existed, including that men wore breechcloths, attaching leather leggings when the weather grew colder, and women wore legging...

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Native American clothing varied according to tribe and climate, but most were made of animal hides. After the arrival of the Europeans on the American continent, Native Americans slowly began adopting woven fabrics into ...

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The Kwakiutl people were a tribe of Native American hunters and gatherers who lived primarily off of seafood and wild plants. They lived in the coastal regions of the Pacific Northwest.

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