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Tribe Info. READ ME BEFORE ANY THING ELSE



11Sat Oct 08, 2011 11:35 pm
Keezheekoni Tribe and Settlement info. MUST READ
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Rules. READ ME AFTER INFO.



11Sat Oct 08, 2011 11:41 pm
Keezheekoni RULES FOR YOU
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Join Sheet

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620Tue Oct 11, 2011 12:35 am
Keezheekoni Ohanzee's Stats.
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Adoption center.

I have made some chairres for those of you who dont feel like make one :D
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Ranks of tribes/settlers

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Chippewa

 
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CHIPPEWA TERRITORY



16Tue Oct 11, 2011 2:23 am
Ashawa Village Center
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Chippewa Village



16Tue Oct 11, 2011 2:23 am
Ashawa Village Center
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Village Center

Come here to talk and eat and have fun. The main place of the village.

16Tue Oct 11, 2011 2:23 am
Ashawa Village Center
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Cooking area

The women of the village gather here to make dinner for the tribe once a week to keep the tribe close.

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Wigwams

When a new family is started the man comes here and make his family a bark wigwam. (Meaning you put lots of creativity into the description)

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Medicine Man/Woman

The healer of the village resides here. Though most women have a basic knowledge herbal knowlede the medicine man or woman has special connections to the spirits of the world. Their songs are like prayers that make people feel better and the herbal remedies are special to every medicine man or woman.

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Forest



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Forest Creek

A good place to find deer or elk drinking from the water and a wonderful place for mothers to take the babies to splash in the cool shallow water. The medicine man or woman can find herb needed for curing here as well. Light weight sturdy rocks lay along side the creek.

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Field

The forest trees break apart and give way to a good sized field. This is a hot spot for deer and turkeys.

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Woods

Turkey, Deer, Elk and over wooden animals can be found through here. When a young man (And sometimes but rarely a woman) is ready to be come a warrior then come here and carve their bows from the trees.

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Grasslands

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Rolling Hills

A small buffolo heard passes through here offen. Hawks and Eagle circle above in the white clouds.
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Lilly Lake

A large shining lake is surrouded by lillys dancing in the breeze. A while mustang heard comes through her offen to drink and graze. You might be able to tame one if you can.
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Lakota

 
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Camp



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Camp Fire

Even though the Lakota tribe is on the move following the herd the lay out remains the same. Camp fire is in the middle while the tipis are on a ring around it with there horses tied up. People agther to eat there meals and tell stories here.
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Wise Mans Tipi

The wise woman or man stays here. This person know much about herbals and the spirit and ancestors of the Lakota tribe.
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Tipi Circle

The Tipi circle is a ring of the homes of the Lakota peoples. When a family is stared the woman will make their home from animal hides and wood. A tipi is generally 12 feet high. When it is time to move and follow the herd the woman is in charge of carting the broken down tipi.
(When you make your tipi please look up info on it before you start making it. Remember be descriptive!)

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Horse tie up

Usually a sturdy tree or two that the tribe tie up their horse at.

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River

The river encloses almost the entire tribes land so no matter where the tribe follows the herd then can find the river. Rocks and herbs and flowers grow along side and there are plenty of fish in the river as well. Through a net in and you are bound to catch fish.

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Sweet Gum

In the winter camp site Lakotas camp is near an old sweet gum tree that has big struck by lighting but is still standing. It is stripped of bark and all leaves from when it hit and stories are always told to little children about how the ligthing spirit got made and struck the tree

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Forest

Even though the Lakotas follow the buffalo heard for food they still hunt in the forest from time to time.

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Swamp

In the very middle of the thick forest is a swamp.... No one dares to go there...

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The Drop

Some where around the outside of the forest is a hidden whole big enough to swallow a buffalo. No one knows how deep it is and no one has lived to tell the tale of where it is.

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Mountain Range

In the west of Lakotas land lies a mountain range. Though it only has two mountain and a REALLY big hill it is still beautiful to watch the sunset behind it. There is also a huge cave in it and that is where the tribe stays during the fall. There is no need for tipis here.

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Mountain Side Meadow

A beautiful wild flower meadow along the side of the mountain. The tribe just catches the blooming flowers a week before they die.

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The Spirng

An underground fed cold fresh water spring forms a small pond on a fairly level place in the mountains. The water is crystal clear and ready to drink.

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TRADING POST

 
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Trading list.

Post a list of what you have to trade here and the other side will make you an offer.

EXAMPLE
Settlement
*name* will trade
Knifes
Horse saddle and bridal
Cured meats
Hunting gun
Bullets

Lakota OR Chippewa
*Name* will give you 5 beaver skins for 5 knives.
and Tightly woven hand made basket for cured meats.

Or vise versa.


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Whites Settlement

 
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Inside The Walls

77Tue Oct 11, 2011 12:22 am
Keezheekoni House Seven (large)
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Center of encampment

The very center of camp. Off to the west is housing and to the east is the food gardens. The small cattle encloser is to the south with access to a small gate to an enclosed pasture while the main gate is at the north point. Both gates are heavily guarded from four watch towers.
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Housing

Only 7 families can live in the encampment. There are 3 small houses, 3 medium sized houses and 1 large house. The small houses can only fit 2 people and a child. The medium houses can fit 5 people and have a loft. The large house can fit 8 people but usually only have 4 to 6 in them it also has an upstairs. The higher ranking family stays here and more than likely have an indentured slave or two to do the work around the house. (I will add your familys name to the topic tittle when you move in)
77Tue Oct 11, 2011 12:22 am
Keezheekoni House Seven (large)
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Cattle Pen

A small heard of 2 to 3 cows is kept here and let out to graze through the south gates. They need to be milked once in the early morning and once at night and let out into the pasture once a day.
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Vegtable Garden

A medium sized garden to supply a little fresh vegetable a few fruits to the Settlers.
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Outside the Wall (North)

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Wide Mouth River (North)

The north side of the river that splits. Great for fishing. Watch out for the bears though. They love the salman that swim in here.
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The Boulder

A giant boulder easily taller than a man sits close outside the gates. When all is peaceful between the Settlers and the tribe the children love to come and play around it.
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Outside the Wall (South)

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Small Cattle Pasture

A small grazing area for the few cattle. Make sure to let them out daily.
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Wide Mouth River (South)

The south part of the rover that splits. This side is calmer and slightly more narrow.
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