The native people who lived in the grasslands wore hides that they made from deer, elk and antelope that they killed. The hides were also used for shelter.
Before the Europeans arrived in the United States, there was approximately one person per every 5,000 acres. For those who lived in the grasslands, there weren't many options for them to choose from for their clothing. They used the flora for food. The grasses that were found in the prairie were used to make the houses that they lived in. Sometimes, they would use the grasses to assemble their outfits, but they mostly relied on the animal skins.