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How did early Native Americans hunt buffalo?



A. They hunted buffalo on foot, using arrows and spears.
B. They hunted with pack dogs.
C. They hunted on horses surrounding the buffalo in a circle.

This question is part of 5th - Buffalo Hunt

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F. Ray

F. Ray, Student, Kansas City

Answered on Jul 20, 2018

The Native Americans found the buffalo to be one of the most useful animals for them. They have used the skin of the buffalo to create different things. They cannot kill all buffalos because they used the buffalo dung as fuel so that they can create fire. The horns and the hooves of the buffalo were crafted and these were made into cups.

All parts of the buffalo can be used. Some parts are even used in order t make glue. There is no part of the buffalo that was wasted. Hunting was considered to be a complicated task. They would need to hunt it first then lure it into a trap wherein it would be killed. A lot of Native Americans used to say a prayer before killing the buffalo.

cg

Cg

Answered on Oct 03, 2017

in the book it actually states they walked rode on horses and rode on the dogs. i would like you to improve this thank you for your help

mriley

Mriley

Answered on Aug 23, 2017

They hunted buffalo on foot, using arrows and spears.

cg

Cg

Replied on Oct 03, 2017

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