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Warm-up. What do the Karankawa and Atakapa have in common?. JUMANO. The Jumano. They came from northern New Mexico The Jumano built villages and grew crops near the Rio Grande This region was dry and rugged When the Rio Grande overflowed, the fields filled up with water. Food and Goods.

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warm up
Warm-up
  • What do the Karankawa and Atakapa have in common?
the jumano
The Jumano
  • They came from northern New Mexico
  • The Jumano built villages and grew crops near the Rio Grande This region was dry and rugged
  • When the Rio Grande overflowed, the fields filled up with water
food and goods
Food and Goods
  • Grew their crops like corn, near the river
  • Hunted buffalo and gathered wild plants for food.
  • Some Jumano became nomads and moved onto the plains of western and central Texas
  • These Jumano would supply others with meat and hides, or animal skins
homes and villages
Homes and Villages
  • They built permanent houses out of adobe bricks, which they made with sun-baked mud and straw
  • Their adobe and wood houses helped the Jumano stay cool during the summer
  • Lived in large villages
appearance
Appearance
  • Were like the Karankawa in physical stature and dress
  • Quote
troubled times
Troubled Times
  • When the Spanish arrived they traded with the Jumano
  • The Jumano were interested in horses for hunting buffalo
  • But the Jumano began to decline due to:
    • European diseases
    • Drought
    • Attacks from the Apache
assignment
Assignment
  • A Jumano Indian stumbles upon another Indian in the wilderness. They become friends and pen pals I want you to write a letter between a Jumano Indian and another Indian tribe that we have covered. Here is what I want:
    • Name of the tribe
    • Where you live
    • What you do in your free time
    • What you eat
    • Describe the place where you live
    • Make up something interesting that has happened
sample
Sample
  • Hey, how’s it going. It’s me Mr. Jumano of the Jumano Tribe. Today was a good day. Since I live in southern Texas the Rio Grande was flooded and all of our crops got watered. What do yall eat over there? Also something cool happened, a buffalo charged one of my friends but we were able to kill it and eat it for dinner. I also made a cool rug out of his skin to put inside my adobe house. Maybe you can come see it sometime………..I hope all is going well with you. I will catch you later. Write back soon.
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Hey, Mr. Jumano, it’s me, Kara the Karankawa. I had the best meal last night. I had fish, alligator and some deer. I used the alligator grease to keep off the skeeters out in the swamps near the gulf of Mexico. That sounds exciting about your buffalo story. I have one. An alligator walked inside my tent last night and I had to scare it off. I was pretty scared and everything. I bet if you were there, you would have protected me, you strong Jumano man. Well I look forward to writing to you again.
  • P.S. Got a woman? I still have my stripe