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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

Coachiltecans

By: Keri & Oscar


Coachiltecans

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.


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Their Homes!!

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


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Their own Part of Texas!!

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


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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.


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


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Their Tools!


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Their Tattoos!!

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


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Language

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


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Web Pages/Books!

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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