Out West, in a tepee, on a reservation, alcohol, drug abuse, drain on society, poverty, uneducated—beaten down.
For an hour after that he sat within the door of his tepee with the flap up, watching the road.
Sierra Vista was a far vaster affair than the tepee of Grey Beaver.
This uproar woke up Drewyer and Lewis, who were in the tepee.
Pogosa was waiting, squatted on the ground at some distance from her tepee.
But standing thus she gave us a good opportunity to take a survey of their tepee.
As he peered in at the tepee door Wetherell perceived Pogosa dimly.
Thenceforth each captive was required to remain in a tepee wholly separated and isolated from the others.
A mutter of voices in Pogosa's tepee interrupted his thought.
The teacher asks you to tell about your pleasant life in a tepee in the woods, and why you are glad you are an Indian.
1743, ti pee, from Dakota (Siouan) thipi "dwelling, house."