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Coachiltecans. By: Keri & Oscar. Food!!!!!!. They hunted Deer, Bison, Javelin, small animals that look like a wild Boar. They gathered Cacti, Mesquite, Agaves, and other plants they dried them and grounded them into flour. Their Homes!!.

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Coachiltecans

By: Keri & Oscar


Food!!!!!!

They hunted Deer, Bison, Javelin, small animals that look like a wild Boar.

They gathered Cacti, Mesquite, Agaves, and other plants they dried them and grounded them into flour.


Their Homes!!

Their houses were made of Hide and Grasses. Huts were made of saplings bent into domes.


Their own Part of Texas!!

The lived around the Gulf region in Texas! The highlighted area in the pictures below is where they lived!


Where They Live Now!

They live in present day Mexico or have been killed in battles or wars. Extinct as a culture through some live in Texas and Mexico still.


This is what some of them look like, this isn’t a part of something necessary but I thought it would be cool!


Their Tools! something necessary but I thought it would be cool!


Their Tattoos!! something necessary but I thought it would be cool!

They had Tattoos, every member had them (men and women). They were used for decoration and as important family symbols.


Language something necessary but I thought it would be cool!

They shared and spokeHokan. The picture is just some artifacts.


Web Pages/Books! something necessary but I thought it would be cool!

library.Thinkquest.org

Chapter 3 in Textbook!

http://www.texasindians.com/coah.htm

http://viking.coe.uh.edu/~mroy/edwards/page10.htm

http://www.fourdir.com/coahuiltecan_tribes.htm


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