Sleeping Out Part II (Book Four, Card 5)

Native Americans on the Plains grew more nomadic as their priority attentive to hunting. Tepees, sometimes written tipi, are a type of conical tent used by North American Plains Indians. The tepee was typically constructed by stretching a cover made of prepared buffalo skins over a framework of wooden poles; but, reed mats, canvas, sheets of bark, and other materials were employed in some situations.