Noun(1) a Native American lodge frequently having an oval shape and covered with bark or hides
(1) Each wigwam counted usually seven or eight persons, and these, together with their provisions, required the use of about twenty horses.(2) The others were those who could not be at the grove full-time - due to work, home, or an aversion to sleeping either 80 feet up a tree or in a wigwam made of tarps set on a gravel logging road.(3) The Sami tent, called a lavvo, has a circular framework of poles leaning inward like the teepee or wigwam of Native Americans, and a floor of birch twigs covered with layers of reindeer fur.(4) A yurt - also known as a ger - is the Asian equivalent of a North American Indian wigwam .(5) I liked the idea of living in it: a wigwam seemed a suitable home for a backyard anthropologist.(6) The collective - all mums of children at the Steiner School in Fulford - first came together on a project to erect a yurt, the Mongolian equivalent of a North American wigwam , on St Nicholas Fields.(7) The portability of Ojibwa lodging - the wigwam - enabled such moves to be made quickly and easily.(8) Last I heard, she's using the name ├ö├ç├┐Rainbow Flower Love├ö├ç├û and living in a wigwam .(9) I figured I'd make a wigwam when I came to that clearing.(10) They are self-sufficient, with an outdoor kitchen and a wigwam with its own wood burner.(11) Since precolonial times Indians had made mats for covering the frames and lining the sides of wigwams and for sleeping or sitting upon.(12) In contrast to white people's extravagant ways, Indian wigwams are of high quality, comfortable, and very cheap to build and maintain.(13) One day, when I was in Grade Three, my school teacher decided to use me as an example of how aboriginal people no longer live in teepees or wigwams .(14) Small children weaved in and out of the wigwams , laughing gleefully.(15) Praying Indians were fined or punished if they did not work, committed fornication, beat their wives, or wandered between wigwams instead of setting up their own.(16) Within 20 yards is the first little info board under a Lodge Pole pine, and I learned ├ö├ç├┐North American Indians├ö├ç├û propped up their wigwams with these, and so on for Spruce, Western Hemlock etc.
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