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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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