Q: What is the difference between a wigwam and a tipi,tepee,or teepee?
A: A wigwam is a static, dome-shaped hut, covered in bark or animal skins stretched over a framework of poles. It was traditionally common in the Great Lakes region:
A tipi, however, was the portable cone-shaped tent used by the Sioux and other Plains Indians. It is also made from animal hide stretched over long poles, though it also has a smoke flap at the top: