The Sioux: Nomadic Buffalo Huntersby Rachel A. Koestler-Grack
Many years ago, herds of buffalo covered the Great Plains of North America like a dark blanket. As the buffalo moved from place to place in search of food and water, the Sioux followed. For these American Indians, the buffalo were a source of food, clothing, and even cooking utensils. The Sioux were careful to kill only as many buffalo as they needed. Today, the buffalo are almost gone from the Great Plains, but the Sioux people remain. They honor the buffalo as an important part of their way of life.
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