Sioux Food In American Culture

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The Sioux lived in now Wisconsin, Minnesota and North and South Dakota. They were corn farmers, and they were good at that, so that did not need to worry about the eating problem. When Spanish brought horses to America, the Sioux rode horses to hunt buffalos. Then, they became nomads, they followed the herds and ate them. The Sioux used bows and arrows, spears, war clubs to hunt buffalos. When they finished eating buffalos’ meat, they used their body parts to do many different things. For example, women of the Sioux wore long deerskin or elkskin dresses. The men wore breeckclothes, leggings and buckskin shirts. The women and men had different jobs. The men needed to hunt animals because of the food. They were also warriors, they were able to

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