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“After spending the summer months on the move or in cooler summer encampments at higher elevations,” says Tom Gilleon, “Plains tribes would often move to some river corridor for their winter encampment. The trees that lined these rivers would help provide protection from the elements as well as firewood for the cold winter months. As it is for us today, deep snow was not the Indian’s best friend. This light covering feels to me like it’s the season’s first."
R. Tom Gilleon
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