Indian Chief compare

Indian Chief compare

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  • Social Studies Summer Project By Noah Morales
  • Political Views Chief Sitting Bull: His view was that protecting his land was most imporatant and wanted to preserve the wildlife and nature.
  • Chief Washakie: He did not want conflict between his tribe and the new people coming from England.
  • Economy Sitting Bull: He was offered to sell the land, he did not because he said that the great spirits gifted him with this land.
  • Chief Washakie: his tribe sells and trades hide for cloth, ammo, and muskets as well as food. Washakie started skinning animals when he was 13 years old.
  • Geography of Land Sitting Bull lived in a hilly/mountainous area that had a river flowing before they were relocated to the Great Sioux Reservation.
  • Washakie lived in a mountainous environment with valleys and a river. The area also had plains of dirt
  • Social Behavior s Sitting Bull’s tribe believed that the best honor you can receive is to hit an enemy’s hand with their weapon or their coup stick.
  • Washakie had grown to know the white people that were coming to their land very well. Two of these people were Lewis and Clark who explored the Delaware
  • The Indian Chiefs Sitting Bull and Washakie
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