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The region in the image is the lands of the Cherokee Nation. The land is mountainous and features forests, rivers and streams, and abundant wildlife. The weather is cold and often wet, and the region is rich in natural resources, including coal, oil, and natural gas. The Cherokee Nation was formed from the breakup of the Cherokee Nation and the Muscogee (Creek) Nation in the early 1800s. The region's residents are primarily Cherokee, but there are also Muscogee (Creek) and other Native America

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Question: make a region with all of the members name and tribes who lived in your region and add physical features of the regions descriing the land and how was the weather like and also what natural resources did they have in your regions and what was there homes made from and how was it formed. also how was the clothing made and what did they ise and what was there arts and crafts like

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Region: The Great Plains of North America Members: Sioux, Crow, Cheyenne, Arapaho, Kiowa, Comanche, Mandan, Pawnee, Apache Physical Features: The Great Plains region of North America is a vast area of grasslands, stretching from the Rio Grande in the south to the north, to the edge of the boreal forests of Canada. There are rivers, creeks, and streams that run through the region, and the land is generally flat and with rolling hills in some areas. The region has hot summers, with temperatures reaching over 100 degrees Fahrenheit, and cold winters with temperatures that can drop as low as -50 degrees Celsius. Natural Resources: The Great Plains were home to a variety of animals, including bison, elk, antelope, buffalo, wolves, beavers, and coyotes. There were also rich deposits of coal and oil and a variety of nuts and wild grains, such as corn, maize, beans, and squash. Homes: The Native American tribes of the Great Plains lived in teepees, or cone-shaped tents covered with animal hides. These homes were simple and easy to move, as tribal groups often had to relocate to follow the herds of buffalo or other wild game. Clothing: The clothing of the Great Plains was made of woven animal hides, such as buffalo and deer, as well as grass and bark. The clothes were usually decorated with designs that symbolized tribal culture. Arts and Crafts: The Native Americans of the Great Plains had a variety of arts and crafts, including beadwork, pottery, weaving, basketry, and jewelry making. They also made tools and weapons from wood, stone, and bone. The designs of these objects were often symbolic, reflecting the beliefs and values of the different tribes.

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Feb. 27, 2023, 1:53 p.m.

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Published: Monday, February 27, 2023