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For most services—asking for maps, information, tours, etc.—a tip is not expected. The nurses of that period are said to have adopted the use of snuff to make conditions tolerable. Even with this reduction in birthrate, many families lost children early, before they reached adulthood. "That our dress may be more healthful, it must first be made looser about the waist, as loose as a man’s." Prior to contact with Europeans, most tribes used similar weaponry.

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