What is an Indian wigwam?
wickiup, also called wigwam, indigenous North American dwelling characteristic of many Northeast Indian peoples and in more limited use in the Plains, Great Basin, Plateau, and California culture areas. The wickiup was constructed of tall saplings driven into the ground, bent over, and tied together near the top.
What do you call a teepee?
What is another word for tepee?
What’s another word for tent?
synonyms for tent
What are Native American houses called?
Native Americans used a wide variety of homes, the most well-known ones are: Longhouses, Wigwams, Tipis, Chickees, Adobe Houses, Igloos, Grass Houses and Wattle and Daub houses.
What is the difference between a wickiup and wigwam?
is that wigwam is a dwelling having an arched framework overlaid with bark, hides, or mats, used by native americans in the northeastern united states while wickiup is a domed hut, similar to a wigwam, used by some semi-nomadic native american tribes, particularly in the southwestern and western united states.