The Mojave Indians A California Native American Tribe. By Hunter Hargett. the Mojave.
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The Mojave IndiansA California Native American Tribe By Hunter Hargett
the Mojave • Have you ever hared of the Mojave Indians?e The Mojave lived from Arizona, California and Mexico. Mojave lived along side the river banks. The Mojave had other tribes near the pacific coast. In the desert the climate was hot.
Mojave homes • Do you know what the Mojave made there houses out of ? The Mojave made there homes out of hey. In the summer they slept in open sided walls. In the winter they lived in homes with walls. They had to get poles to make a house. They had to use leaves to make a flat roof.
Mojave Foods • The Mojave ate beans corn and pumpkins. The Mojave practiced fishing. They hunted and fished, planted and gathered. They hunted deer, rabbits, ground sqwerls, birds and lizards. The Mojave also fished other fish such as mullets, hump back, scoters and other fish.
Mojave jobs • The men threw boomerangs to kill rabbits. The men caught fish with hooks and men wolfed nets. Women and men often planted plants. The women’ job was to plant seeds in the ground. Children fished and hunted with there family’s.
Mojave clothing • The Mojave draped animals to make clothing. They veiled deer skin and other animal skins. Men wore long breech cloths. On cold days they wore deer skin and rabbit skin.
Mojave calibrations • When somebody passed away they would sing a song. They had a calibration when ever somebody died. The only people who could do ceremonies were the people who have strength.
Mojave's Interesting facts • They mixed tow Indian words in to one. The Mojave believed that performing rain daces would bring forth rain. The Mojave’s put cacti's needles in there skin to make tattoos.
Mojave’s crafts • Pots and baskets could hold water and store food. The women wolfed water tight strong age baskets. The basket were used for caring corn meals. Men wolfed baskets and nets for fishing. The men wolfed Coney shaped baskets. Men attached wooden poles to make a doorknob.
Mojave Indians • The Mojave is really unique and there is still 2,500 Mojave Indians and You will know more about them.