The Nez Perce.
The Nez Percé, or Nimi'ipuu as they called themselves, lived in present-day Oregon, Washington, and Idaho. They traveled in small groups seasonally with deep canyons cut by the Snake, Clearwater, and Salmon rivers. Their original territory was 17 million acres, but today they live in a tiny reservation in north-central Idaho.
The Nimi'ipuu used many animals. Fish, bison, deer, elk, moose, bear, ducks, and geese were hunted for food. They were fond of the Appaloosa horses and raised them beautifully. Horses were important to the Nimi'ipuu for transportation and mobility.
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