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I. Homes

 

There exists a strong bond between Native Americans and their environments. Geography and climate helped to determine how and from what homes are made. Types of homes that existed are hogans, tipis, cliff dwellings, adobe or mud pueblos, reed houses and even wickiups.

A Navajo hogan
A wickiup

 Adobe home of the Pueblo Indians. These were sometimes called cliff dwellings.

  

A group of tipis.

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A reed home.