Lessons for Buffalo

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  • Whose Buffalo? - … "Whose Buffalo?" fact sheet Overhead transparency of "Whose Buffalo?" graphic organizer Student copies of "Whose Buffalo?" graphic organizer Student copies of "Whose Buffalo?" grading … the commercial hunters clashed over the question, "Whose buffalo?" Plains buffalo. h The buffalo played an important role in the lives of nomadic … buffalo hide tipis. Commercial buffalo hunters felt the Plains buffalo were a great resource that could earn them a great deal of money. Buffalo
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  • Linked Destiny: The Buffalo and the Plains Indians - … destruction of the American buffalo in the 19th century. Materials For each student: • “Buffalo” concept map • Words to Buffalo Song by Rise • Plains … . Where did the buffalo live? The buffalo lived across the Great Plains of North America 4. When did the buffalo die out? Wild … to the buffalo. Visit a local zoo, museum, or historical center to study the buffalo. Student Handouts • • • • • “Buffalo” concept map Words to Buffalo Song …
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  • Buffalo Soldiers - … they are similar to Buffalo Soldiers. compare another historical or contemporary group to Buffalo Soldiers. demonstrate their understanding of Buffalo Soldiers by answering … activity, they will be examining another text on Buffalo Soldiers. Part two: Marley's "Buffalo Soldiers" To introduce this part of the … be used to check students' handouts: Buffalo Soldiers Handout answer key (MS Word) Rastafarians and Buffalo Soldiers answer key (MS Word) Alternative …
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  • A Boy Named Sioux (and his family, too) - … Indians) 5. www.schoolhistory.co.uk/year8links/natives/Buffalo.pdf (Why were the Buffalo so important to the Plains Indians?) 6. http … .) The buffalo was used for food, clothing and shelter. Follow-up: How could a buffalo provide shelter? What part of the buffalo would … the buffalo in their daily lives. Let's finish up by watching one way the buffalo were hunted. Play: "Hunting the Buffalo" and …
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  • A Clash of Cultures - … ) The Buffalo: Yesterday and Today from the THE BUFFALO WAR website THE BUFFALO WAR: The War from the THE BUFFALO WAR website THE BUFFALO WAR: The Disease from the THE BUFFALO WAR … an Indian with the buffalo recognizing the importance of the animal to Native American culture. Information: The buffalo nickel, also known as …
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  • Buffalo Soldiers - … (whites or blacks?) Problems the buffalo soldiers faced Contributions they made Symbols - what did the term buffalo soldiers suggest? 5. After students … the East affected the lives of the Buffalo Soldiers in the West. 3. The Buffalo Soldier had to overcome great obstacles, against … the church, the government, and the Buffalo Soldiers. 5. What is the legacy of the Buffalo Soldier? 6. Several individuals in the …
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  • Buffalo Biodiversity: is It Important? - … . Diversity within buffaloes: Have students learn more about buffalo. Direct them to "The Buffalo" link at the PBS website, THE BUFFALO WAR, at and to Nature's American Buffalo Resources site at . Have students list buffalo facts …
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  • Sisterhood - … associated with the winter movement of buffalo. The Society danced in winter to draw the buffalo close and sustain the tribe. It … an early frost. Without the buffalo, the tribe knew that they would starve; without the White Buffalo Cow Society to lure the … would be no buffalo. The object is a headdress of the White Buffalo Cow Society. It is made from white buffalo hide, magpie … drought and grasshoppers. The White Buffalo Cow Society danced in the winter to draw the buffalo close and sustain the tribe. Although …
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  • Indians of the Plains - … plains, no forests. The Plains Indians had to hunt buffalo for food. Buffalo roamed the plains and fed off of the grasses … did not waste any of the buffalo. The winters were cold. The Plains Indians used buffalo hides for warm winter clothing and … grassy plains, no forests. There were many buffalo. The winters were cold. They used the buffalo for food, shelter, clothing, and tools … down and move so they could follow the buffalo. The Plains Indians used buffalo hair to weave blankets. 16. The teacher provides …
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  • The Land and People Before Columbus - … texture of a sand painting. Pictographs and Buffalo Skins Since the Sioux depended on the buffalo as their principal food source, they … in geographical and environmental projects. Campbell, Maria. People of the Buffalo: How the Plains Indians Lived. Firefly Books, 1992. This book … format. The coloring activities, however, are not recommended. Freedman, Russell. Buffalo Hunt. New York: Holiday House, Inc., 1988. The Indians of …
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