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Old 01-21-2010, 11:07 AM   #6
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Originally Posted by wyo_rose View Post
Shoshones - 4 poles - even numbers.
Arapahoes - 3 poles - odd numbers.

wyo,

I was wondering about the amount of starting poles the Shoshone use. I'm glad you answered this question.

The reason I wanted to know about the Shoshone is that their relatives, the Comanche also use 4 poles.

I wonder if 4 poled tipis are more sturdy than 3 poled tipis during inclimate weather?
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