Women's Roles In The Pawne Tribe

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The Pawnee native americans have different roles or jobs in their tribe for men and women. The women are more fieldworkers and men do the more dangerous stuff. They both have stuff they do together too. The women have many different jobs not just one or two. Some of their jobs are to make and dismantle lodges and tipis, collect wild plants and firewood, cook, hauled water, make house hold items such as pottery and clothing, and transported possessions on foot. Women also brought most of the food sometimes. Due to a life of hard work and frequent childbearing women usually died at a young age. The men did a mix of the women 's jobs and their jobs. They were responsible for hunting. Men also were the only people that would go to aggressive and
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