Southwest Indians

Southwest Indians - • They would find nuts and roots and...

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Southwest Indians By: Andrew, Blair, Kayla, And Brooke
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Way of Survival Hopi: Pueblo houses, farmed, stored food. Apache: fighters, hunted, gathered food, stole from Pueblo, made permanent houses. Navajo: fighters, Hunted, gathered food, stole from Pueblo, mud covered log Hogan. Pueblo: They used ladders to protect themselves, lived in pueblos, lived by rivers, farmed. Zuni: like the Pueblo-Indians. Most of the Southwest Indians were farmers. Most of them stayed in one place and made permanent homes. They could grow large crops this way.
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Food The Southwest Indians ate Buffalo, Chuckwalla “Lizard” and Fish. They also ate wild plants and wild seeds. They grew corn, maize, melons and common grain.
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Unformatted text preview: • They would find nuts and roots and eat them some times. • There most common food was buffalo, fish, and grown food. • They ate strange food like chuckwalla “ lizard” and wild plants. Homes • They lived in tepees • In underground homes • The Navajo lived in a mud covered Hogan • Very dry plains • Mud homes • Cliff dwellers • Stone homes Interesting Facts • They used dolls for religious meetings. • They made pottery for drinking and bowls . • They used baskets for the corn in their crops • They did ancient paintings for decoration . • They painted rattles like turtle shells....
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