Many Nations of Native America

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Many Nations of Native America New Material for Exam 2 Tohono O’ odham Cosmology Names Tohono O’ odham: Desert People Akimel O’ odham: River People Hia C’ ed O’ odham: Sand People Papago Papagueria Ga: S Hu ‘I So: Son The Very Beginning Darkness and water rub together, wind First born arrives -Sings, prepares earth, goes away Sky meets earth -Elder Brother I’ itoi Coyote I’ itoi creates people from clay, tells them to remain in homeland I’ itoi’s home is in Baboquivan Hohokam (Huhugam) Archaeology. Man in the Maze What is a desert? The Land Sonora Desert -Diverse, fragile landscape Food Sources -Mesquite pods, palo verdde seeds, maize, squash, beans, saguaro fruit, cholla buds, amaranth, game Rain Eastern homeland: 6”-12” rain Wester homeland 0”-3” rain How does scarcity of water impact traditional O’ odham way of life? -1 Village (North) -2 Village (East)
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-No Village (West) Impact of Rain on life Housing style Seasonal Moves Live near water
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This note was uploaded on 04/02/2008 for the course TRAD 101 taught by Professor Weiner during the Spring '08 term at University of Arizona- Tucson.

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