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  1. Draw the chart in your spiral. Do Not include the blue star. 

  2. The Puebloan People Jumano Concho Tigua

  3. The Puebloan People lived in the Mountains and Basins region of Texas, between the Pecos River and the Rio Grande.

  4. The region between the Pecos River and the Rio Grande is hot and dry, yet the Puebloan people were able to farm the dry land, growing corn, beans, and squash.

  5. The Jumanos: the “striped people”

  6. The Jumanos built and lived in large structures, called pueblos.

  7. Pueblos are constructed of adobe, a mix of wet clay and straw that is made into bricks and dried in the sun.

  8. The Jumanos were great traders. They traded the produce from their gardens to Plains Indians . . . . . . And the Plains Indians traded hides and meat from their buffalo hunting.

  9. The Conchos: friends of the Jumanos • Like the Jumanos, the Conchos farmed and gathered wild plants to eat. • The men hunted deer, birds, and rabbits; they fished in the rivers and gathered clams.

  10. The Conchos lived in huts covered with grass and animal skins. • They dressed in ponchos made of rabbit skins in the winter. • They painted their faces and bodies, much like the Jumanos. • SO WHY DID THEY DISAPPEAR?

  11. SO WHY DID THEY DISAPPEAR? The Spaniards forced the Jumanos and Conchos to work in their mines and sugar mills. • They may have merged with the Jumanos, their allies and friends. • Or, they may have died out from diseases spread by the Spanish explorers, who forced the Jumanos and Conchos into labor.

  12. The Tigua: oldest group of Native Americans still living in Texas today

  13. Tigua Indians • Like the Jumanos and the Conchos, the Tiguas farmed for a living. • The men cleared the fields, and the women planted and tended the crops. • The men hunted, and the women gathered berries and other wild foods.

  14. The Tigua tribal council would meet in a kiva, a large room used for meetings and religious ceremonies. Here, the council would elect its cacique, the chief.

  15. Like all Puebloan peoples, the Tigua performed rituals and dances to protect their crops and pray for rain.

  16. Today, the Tiguas have adopted Spanish ways, including the Roman Catholic religion.

  17. Use the diagram below and your knowledge of the Native Americans to write a sentence giving an example for each of the following themesapplying the concepts to the Native American cultures we have been studying. You may use any of the tribes we have discussed so far.