SouthwestArts

SouthwestArts - The Sout hwest . T he The r egion T he The...

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The Southwest. .. The Southwest. ..
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The region The region
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The environment The environment - dry and arid - intense rainfall in the summer - landscape is deceptively barren - many plants and animals - agriculture remains important Every part of the environment has been inhabited and managed by Native peoples over thousands of years.
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The lifestyle The lifestyle Primarily an agricultural lifestyle Food sources supplemented with hunting and gathering Sedentary villages and town sites Extensive trade and communication routes Sophisticated material culture
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The People The People Four main groups of tribes The Pueblos The “pai” tribes The Pima and Papago The Navajo and Apache
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The Pueblos The Pueblos - Sandia Pueblo - Santo Domingo Pueblo - Cochiti Pueblo - Santa Ana Pueblo - Zia Pueblo - Jemez Pueblo - Acoma Pueblo - Isleta Pueblo - San Felipe Pueblo - Picuris Pueblo - San Juan Pueblo - Zuni Pueblo - Taos Pueblo - Laguna Pueblo - San Ildefonso Pueblo - Santa Clara Pueblo - Pojoaque Pueblo - Nambe Pueblo - Tesuque Pueblo - Hopi Pueblo Pueblos are located in Arizona and New Mexico.
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The “pai” tribes The “pai” tribes There are 13 bands of “pai” tribes: - Havasupai - Hualapai - Yavapai
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The Pima and Papago The Pima and Papago Known by their traditional name of Tohono O’Odham. They are the descendants of the Hohokam prehistoric cultural group.
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Navajo and Apache Navajo and Apache Migrated to the Southwest region maybe 600-1000 years ago. Came from the Subarctic region of Canada, speak Athabaskan languages. Settled in the Southwest and quickly adapted to the new environment. Adapted their cultures to the environment very successfully.
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Textile Arts – Navajo Rugs Weaving remains primarily a female art. Designs and techniques are passed down the generations.
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This note was uploaded on 09/02/2011 for the course ICS 45 taught by Professor Parker during the Summer '11 term at DeAnza College.

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