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The Plains Indians
The plains are land of sun, wind and grass, the Great Plains is heartland of North America; it is some 2500 miles long. Their western boundary is formed by the Rocky Mountains. To the north, flatlands extend almost to the Artic Circle just beyond Alberta, Canada where there are boreal pine forests. The eastern boundary is formed by the Missouri-Mississippi Rivers where there is extensive prairie terrain, rolling hills and wooded areas.
A Land Of Abundant Game
Game was plentiful on the plains, buffalo and antelope grazed over the grassy land. In the hills and mountains…
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