Southwest Indians

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

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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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