Southwest Native Americans. By Antonia, Frances and Zoe. Beliefs and Ceremonies. Of the southwest Native Americans. By Zoe. Beliefs.
By Antonia, Frances and Zoe
Of the southwest Native Americans. By Zoe
By Frances M. Love
The languages spoken by the southwest natives included Shoshonean, Athap-ascan,Zuni, Uto-Aztecan, Puenutian, and Kiowa-Tanoan.
Women wore animal skin moccasins. They also wore skin and cotton clothes. They wrapped themselves in woven shawls.They also wore cotton belted dresses.
Men wore loose shirts and leggings They also wore large blankets around themselves to keep warm.
They often wrapped their legs in buckskins to protect themselves from the harsh dessert plants.Men's clothes
The three materials they mainly used for clothes were skins, fiber, and cotton. They depended on the wild to get most of these materials.
By Antonia Benson