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Artwork by Plains Indians

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About the Artist

The Northern Plains consisted of the Blackfeet, the Cree, the Ojibwa, the Gros Ventre and the Sarcee, most of these people were Algonquians. The Central Plains were made up of the Sioux, the Crow, the Mandan, the Hidatsa and the Arikara. The Southern Plains people were the Comanche, the Kiowa, the Wichita, the Pawnee and the Kiowa Apache. These people occupied the central portion of the United States, stretching from the north to south more than 2000 miles, from the North Saskatchewan River in Canada almost to the Rio Grande in Mexico. Ther east-west boundaries are approximately those of the Mississippi-Missouri valleys and the foothills of the Rocky Mountains. The total area approximated roughly one million square miles.