Presentation on theme: "Native Americans. Native American Chart Tribe Food Region Important Information Karankawas Coahuiltecan Atakapans Caddo Comanche Apache Jumano Tigua."— Presentation transcript:
Native American Chart Tribe Food Region Important Information Karankawas Coahuiltecan Atakapans Caddo Comanche Apache Jumano Tigua
Native Texans of The Coastal Plains and Southeast Texas Coahuiltecans Karankawas Atakapans
KARANKAWAS - Located in the Gulf Coast sub region of the Coastal plains - Nomadic – Fished using dugout canoes – Hunted small game using bows and arrows – Women did most the hard work. - coated themselves with alligator and shark grease to ward off mosquitoes *were friendly to Cabeza de Vaca. In fact, de Vaca wrote about them.
COAHUILTECANS - Nomadic - Located in the Gulf Coast sub region of the Coastal plains –Hunted deer, rabbit, buffalo –Gathered beans, nuts, berries, cacti, worms, lizards, etc. -Made homes out of mud, animal skin, and brush
ATAKAPANS - Sedentary – Hunted small game and deer in marshlands - used dugout canoes to fish – Gathered roots and berries. Some farming
Native Texans of East Texas Caddoes
CADDOES – Sedentary - Hunted deer, bear, and buffalo – Farmed corn, beans, squash – Lived in mound shaped dwellings -developed crafts, - women in charge of family
Native Texans of the Great Plains Kiowas Comanches Apaches
APACHES - Nomadic – Relied on buffalo for food, shelter, clothing - Fierce warriors –For part of the year they lived in farming communities along rivers and streams called rancherias.
COMANCHES – Relied on buffalo for food, shelter, Clothing - Lived in tepees – Fierce warriors; raided other groups - Skilled traders – “Lords of the Plains”
KIOWAS – Relied on buffalo for food, shelter, clothing, – Painted pictures of events on their tepees; made beautiful crafts – developed a calendar - The most feared group on the plains
Native Texans of West Texas Tiguas Jumanos
JUMANOS - Sedentary –Hunted, farmed, and traded –Lived in villages made of adobe houses –Planted crops along rivers and streams
TIGUAS - Sedentary – Hunted, fished, and farmed – Lived in villages of adobe houses – Made pottery for cooking and storing food (ovens)