Thursday, March 7, 2019

Arikara Tribe

Arikara one of the more quiet kinsfolks was the arikara(uh-RIH-kuh-rah) tribe. the arikara trie used to hold around 30,000 arikara and than was go away with 2,000 after sm in allpox. they lived in relatively open homes and their lives were also relatively simple. ttheir dress, what anyone could expect. although simple the arikara were very complex in some sort. the fashion of the arikara was mostly restricted on the season. usually the women wore deer skin dresses that were white. the men usually wore rear of tube cloths, leggings, and a buckskin shirt. uring the winter the men wore bearskin robes and moccasins. the women in the winter would fuddle from deerskin to antelope skin and mocassins. aside from their clothes, both the men and woman had roles. for instance, the men did the pursuit and the occasional fight to protect their family. the women farmed, cleaned, did the child care, and gathered food alike(p) berries. the arikara were a well structured tribe when it came to duties. most arikara people originated in north and south dakota. ow most of them, the ones that are alive, stayed and still live in north dakota. in the beginning every tribe lived off on their own. soonafter, smallpox came and wiped out many of the arikara, they then became kno as the three associate tribes. the three affiliated tribes were the arikara, the mandan, and the hidatsa. shortly after they became the three affiliated tribes lewis and clark spy the tribe. in october of 04 as in 1804 lewis and clark moved westward on their ocean trip and came to find dakota. at the time there was very little arikara to meet. ost of the tribe had been wiped out from the smallpox and most who survived were just getting over smallpox. lewis and clark put in three arikara villages scattered alond a three mile distance. the first of them were sanely much abandoned, the explorers came to find wooden frames with paked earth walls and a dome celing. patrick gass was a former carpenter on the expidetion and noted the dome shape in his journal. the copulation between the arikara and lewis and clark was very friendly as was their native accost nawah. although simple the arikara were very complex in some sort. nly few were unexpended when they were discovered, the arikara tribe was slowly shrinking until lewis and clark came in. the tribe originated in dakota and later bedspread out to other places. the arikara were a well structured tribe when it came to duties. the relation between the arikara and lewis and clark became very friendly. friendly to a point where they agreed to circulate a representative east to meet with the president. all in all the arikara tribe was trusting and generous with most others. vanessa leal family 6, 2012 expository essay

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