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Third Graders Book on Early Gabrielenos Mrs. Machado-Taniguchi and Prangley’s Class
Shelter The Gabrielenos shelter was made out of willow, branches and tule rushes. First, the willow poles are stuck into the ground to form a circle. Second, the poles are tied at the top with yucca fibers. Third, the other poles are tied around the upright frame and a hole is left for the smoke. Also an opening is left for the door. Then the layers of tule rushes covered the frame. An animal skin or a woven mat covers the door.
Food The Gabrielenos worked very hard to get their food. They hunted deer, rats, rabbits, fish, buffalo, and snakes.They also ate plants.They ate the meat and saved the skin.
Food The Gabrielenos also fished from the ocean, lakes, and rivers to catch catfish, lobsters, trout, shellfish, crab, shrimp and bass. The Gabrielenos hunted small and large animals with bows and arrows.
Hunting and Fishing Hunting and fishing were very important to the Gabrielenos. Men and boys spent most of their time making tools for hunting and fishing.The men used bows and arrows to hunt and boys used wooden arrows to hunt.
Tools The Gabrielenos used plants, animals, shells, and stones to make tools. Sharp stones and shells could be made into arrowheads. They used stone mortar and pestle, wooden stirrers, and parching trays for cooking. They used throwing sticks, fish hooks, and spears. The Gabrielenos used these important tools to make their lives easier.
More About Tools They also used throwing sticks, fishing hooks and spears for hunting.
Clothing The Gabrielenos of the past wore different clothing than they do today. They wore capes, skirts, and sandals. They made their clothing from animals skins. The skin of deer was one of these animals. The Gabrielenos today dress like everybody else.
Clothing The Gabrielenos wore different clothes than they do today. Gabrielenos wore aprons and sandals. The Gabrielenos made their clothes with animals skins. The Gabrielenos wore capes when it was cold. The women wore jewelry.