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  1. Caddo Tribe add picture here Click here to learn about their shelter! Click here to learn about their food! Click here to learn about their tools and weapons! Click here to learn some interesting facts! Click here to learn about where they lived!

  2. Food of the Caddo Tribe They grew beans, corn, squash, sunflower seeds, and tobacco.

  3. Shelter of the Caddo Tribe The Caddos did not live in tepees. They had two different types of houses. They lived in beehive-shaped grass houses like the one in this picture.

  4. Tools & Weapons of the Caddo Tribe They hunted with bows and arrows, also they protected themselves with them.

  5. Caddo means True chiefs in their language. Interesting Facts About the Caddo Tribe

  6. Location of the Caddo Tribe They were located mostly in the Southern Plains

  7. Caddo Quiz What does Caddo mean? What kind of weapons did they use to hunt? List all five foods that the Caddo Tribe ate. Where were the Caddo tribe located? What did their houses look like?

  8. Coahuiltecan Tribe add picture here Click here to learn about their shelter! Click here to learn about their food! Click here to learn about their tools and weapons! Click here to learn some interesting facts! Click here to learn about where they lived!

  9. Food of the Coahuiltecan Tribe They eat fish, small rodents, buffalo, deer, ant eggs, and berries.They drank the sap from the roots of the agave tree.

  10. Shelter of the Coahuiltecan They lived in wickiup huts because they were hunters and gatherers and moved around a lot. They were made of grass and animal skin.

  11. Tools & Weapons of the Coahuiltecan They made knives out of stone and wood. They also used bows and arrows.

  12. Interesting Facts About the Coahuiltecan Tribe Like the Karankawas, the Coahuiltecans could not grow crops on the land around them. They spoke many different languages because they were made up of many different tribes. The spanish explorer, Cabeza de Vaca, lived with with different groups of the Coahuiltecans.

  13. Location of the Coahuiltecans They lived on the dry grasslands of the Gulf Coastal Plains.

  14. What do you know about the Coahuiltecan Tribe Quiz Where did the Coahuiltecans live? How did they make their wickiups? Did the Coahuiltecans devour meat or only eat vegetables? Did they speak different languages or only one? 5. Why did they live in wickiups?

  15. The Tonkawa Tribe Click here to learn about their shelter! Click here to learn about their food! Click here to learn about their tools and weapons! Click here to learn some interesting facts! Click here to learn about where they lived! Click here to learn about their language

  16. Food of the Tonkawa Tribe The Tonkawa tribe ate buffalo, deer, fish , roots, nuts and fruit. The men went and hunted for the buffalo.

  17. Shelter of the Tonkawa Tribe The Tonkawa Indians lived in large buffalo-hide tents such as teepees. The women helped set up the teepees.

  18. Tools & Weapons of the Tonkawa Tribe Tonkawa hunters used bows and arrows. In war, Tonkawa men fired their bows or fought with war clubs and hide shields.

  19. Interesting Facts About the Tonkawa Tribe Tonkawa women wore wraparound deerskin skirts. Tonkawa men wore breechcloths. Tonkawas made beautifully decorated moccasins, but they only wore them for special occasions. The Tonkawas particularly liked to trade buffalo products to farming tribes like the Caddo Pueblo Indians in exchange for corn. Tonkawa artists are known for hide paintings and copper jewelry. The Tonkawa Indians were actually a group of independent bands, the Tonkawas proper, the May eyes, and a number of smaller groups that may have included the Cava Cantina, Emet, Sana, Toho and Tehama Indians. The remnants of these tribes united in the early 18th century in the region of central Texas. The Yojaune Indians, who were actually a Wichita tribe were absorbed by the Tonkawas in the second half of the eighteenth century.

  20. Location of the Tonkawa Tribe The Tonkawa lived in Texas, but they were forced to move to Oklahoma in the 1800’s.

  21. The Tonkawa Language Colors Numbers Black - Kaxaw 1- We:’ispax White – Maslak 2- Ketay Red – Samox 3- Metis Yellow – Makik 4- Sikit Green or Blue – X’aton 5- Kaskwa RANDOM WORDS Man- Ha:’akoin Woman- Kwainla Dog- ‘Ekwan Sun- Taxas Water- A:x

  22. Tonkawa Tribe Quiz When were the Tonkawas forced to move to Oklahoma? What did the Tonkawas use in war to fight with? What were three of the things that the Tonkawas ate? What did the Tonkawas only wear for special occasions? What were the teepees of the Tonkawas made of?

  23. Comanche Tribe add picture here Click here to learn about their food! Click here to learn about their shelter! Click here to learn about their tools and weapons! Click here to learn some interesting facts! Click here to learn about where they lived!

  24. Food of the Comanche Tribe The Comanche tribe mostly eats Buffalo, rabbits, fish, nuts, berries, and wild potatoes.

  25. Shelter of the Comanche Tribe The Comanche tribe made tipis out of buffalo hide for shelter on the go.

  26. Tools & Weapons of the Comanche Tribe Comanche hunters used bows and arrows In war, Comanche men fired their bows or fought with long spears and buffalo-hide shields.

  27. Interesting Facts About the Comanche Tribe Comanche women wore long deerskin dresses, and the men wore buckskin war shirts and breechcloths with leather leggings. They were very Good traders and Fighters! The word “Comanche” means “enemy”.

  28. Location of the Comanche Tribe The Comanche Tribe lived in the Great Plains, North Central Plains, and a little bit of the Coastal Plains.

  29. Comanche Tribe Quiz #1 What foods did they mostly eat? #2 What did they live in ,and what material was it made out of? #3 What regions did they live in? #4 What were their Tools and Weapons? #5 What animal was their main material?

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  31. Jumano tribe add picture here Click here to learn about their shelter! Click here to learn about their food! Click here to learn about their tools and weapons! Click here to learn some interesting facts! Click here to learn about where they lived!

  32. Food of the Jumano The Jumano tribe eats meat such as buffalo, cattle, corn, and plants.

  33. Shelter of the Jumano tribe They use wet sand, mud, sticks, and plants for shelter.

  34. Tools & Weapons of the Jumano Tribe. Buffalo because they use there horns and sharpened sticks for many things.

  35. Interesting Facts About the Jumano tribe Any tattooed Indians the Spanish came across might be call Jumano , even if they were not Jumano.

  36. Location of the Jumano tribe The Jumano tribe is located in the large area of western Texas.

  37. Jumano tribe Quiz 1.What did they build there house out of? 2.What would the Spanish see, to think that they were Jumanos? 3.Where is the Jumano tribe located? 4.What did the Jumano tribe eat? 5.What did they use for tools and weapons?

  38. Karankawa tribe add picture here Click here to learn about their shelter! Click here to learn about their food Click here to learn about their tools and weapons! Click here to learn some interesting facts! Click here to learn about where they lived!

  39. Food of the Karawankwa Tribe They ate many types of food such as deer meat, fish, bird eggs, and other small animals.

  40. Shelter of the Karankawa tribe The Karankawa Indians had two different types of shelters they lived in depending on the situation. During the colder months they simply leaned several tree branches together and slept underneath the branches. When they settled down in the warmer months they made sturdier shelters to protect the family. Heavier branches were secured into the ground and they covered the whole shelter with leaves or woven mats of grass.

  41. Tools & Weapons of the Karaankawas Along with their bows and arrows the Karankawa made use of lances tipped with chert spear points for hunting deer and buffalo. Rabbits, turtles, and alligators were all hunted successfully using these tools. During the winter months the Karankawa would live on and along Galveston Bay. They used woven nets to catch fish and alligators. Simple digging sticks were used to gather shellfish.

  42. Interesting Facts About the Karawankawa Tribe Did you know that in order to keep the insects away, they covered themselves with alligator fat and dirt?

  43. Location of the Karawankawa Tribe. To the south of the Caddos, between the areas where the cities where Galveston and CourpusCristi are now, lived the Karawankawa Tribe.

  44. Karawankawa Quiz How did the Karawankawas keep the insects away? Name two types of food the Karawankawas ate? What is one tool that they used? Where were the Kranakawas located? Did they use wood to build their homes?

  45. Thank You For watching!!!

  46. Apache Tribe add picture here Click here to learn about their shelter! Click here to learn about their food! Click here to learn about their tools and weapons! Click here to learn some interesting facts! Click here to learn about where they lived!

  47. Food of the Apache Tribe The Apache tribe ate food such as beans, corn, pumpkins, and watermelon.

  48. Shelter of the Apache Tribe The most common type of Apache house was a wickiup, or wigwam, a dome-shaped frame of wooden poles covered with thatched grass and brush.

  49. Tools & Weapons of the Apache Tribe Their offensive weapon of the apache was the bow. They also used arrowheads.