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By: Damien, Anthony, and Ashley
Apaches, Hohokans, Hopis, Navajos, and Pueblos.
Made of cotton that they grew, spun, and wove into cloth using plants and minerals. Died fabrics using bright colors.
Climate is hot and dry like a desert. Near Pacific Ocean. They also lived close to the mountains and they live in the desert.
Made houses of clay. Made ditches from the steams to the fields.
The Southwest tribes honored the earth, sky, and water spirits.
Lived in villages, in homes made of clay called adobes.
Built irrigation systems to produce corn and other crops. Hunted and Gathered
Walked until Spanish introduced horses. Used waterways
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