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American Indians in Texas An Overview. Caddo Karankawa Jumano. Click on picture. Chris Aigner - 2011. Caddo (Plains Group). Lived in the coastal plains Got their food by farming-ate fruits, vegetables and grains Lived in Grass Huts made out of wooden frames and dry grasses

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American Indians in Texas

An Overview

Caddo

Karankawa

Jumano

Click on picture

Chris Aigner - 2011

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Caddo (Plains Group)

Lived in the coastal plains

Got their food by farming-ate fruits, vegetables and grains

Lived in Grass Huts made out of wooden frames and dry grasses

Worked together as a confederacy

Called “mound builders”, made pottery, moved to Oklahoma, Gave Texas its name

Caddo Tribal Song click on picture

Jumano Tribe Tribute

Click on shape

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Karankawa (Pueblo Group)

Lived in the coastal plains near the Gulf

Got their food by fishing-ate fish, shellfish, and small animals

Lived in Wood Framed Homes with woven grass walls

Had appointed chiefs to lead villages

Nomads, made dugout canoes, died out from European diseases

Click on picture

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Jumano (Pueblo Group)

Lived in the mountains near the Rio Grande River

Got their food by farming-ate dried corn, squash and beans

Lived in Adobe Pueblos

Each village had a leader with its own government

Cooked using a hollow gourd, traded with other tribes

Click on picture

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Lipan Apache (Plains Group)

Lived in the South Texas plains

Got their food by hunting- ate buffalo

Lived in teepees

One chief led the tribe

Nomads, made pottery, moved to reservation in early 1900’s

Click on picture

Lipan Warrior

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American Indians in Texas

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Think about it!

American Indians are the ancestors of our country and our state. What can we take away from their lives to apply to our own?