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Living History Farms - Ioway Indian Village
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Ioway Indians had separate summer and winter lodges. Bark houses called tcakiduthans kept the Ioway cool during hot summer months, while winter mat-houses called ita-hos, made from layers of sewn cattail leaves, protected the Ioway from harsh winters. While traveling on hunting expeditions, the Ioway lived in a chibothraje, or tipi made from buffalo hides. In their villages, the Ioway also built sweat lodges, food-drying racks, cooking areas, work areas, hide-scraping racks, pottery pits, and gardens.

Copyright: Randy Myers
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Caricate: 06/03/2009
Aggiornato: 06/10/2014
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Tags: iowa; indian village; living history farms; teepee; des moines; native americans; agriculture
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