The Quapaw Indians had many aspects for their tribes such as a political and social organization, religion, tools, and weapons. They were a very religious group.
The Quapaw political organization was based on member consultation, and had no absolute power. They had hereditary chiefs, meaning that if the chief had a son, when his father passed, he was to take over as chief. The chief performed traditional duties. In the time of Tall chief's death, his only daughter performed the rituals as well as performed some of the traditional duties. Their social organization was based on patrilineal,…
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