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Assiniboine

Location:

The homelands of the Assiniboine include northeastern Montana and parts of Canada.

Language:

The Assiniboine people all spoke the same language with varying accents.

Clothing:

Assiniboine clothing was made of animal skins including buffalo, deer, and elk. The women would spend many hours decorating clothing with beads, bones, or other natural objects of beauty. Producing clothing with intricate designs requires an impressive amount of time and patience.

Additional Reading

 Assiniboine Indians
 Assiniboine Language
 Assiniboine Indian Words
 Nakota legends
 Montana Indian Tribes

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