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LOCATION West Texas along the Rio Grande SHELTER Adobe - 2 story houses FOOD Corn, Beans, Deer, Rabbits, and Fish
Weapons and Tools Bow and Arrow Sticks for digging Interesting Facts Men shaved head except one spot for feather Tattooed all over Drought was often a problem
LOCATION Central Texas between Austin and San Antonio SHELTER Huts, Wickiups, Tepees FOOD Fish, deer, rabbits, snakes and Buffalo
WEAPONS AND TOOLS Bow and Arrow Arrows were poisoned INTERESTING FACTS Worshipped Wolves Enemy of Comanche Tattooed black lines on face
LOCATION Nebraska to North Texas Plains SHELTER Tepees FOOD Buffalo, Deer, Pemmican Jerky
WEAPONS AND TOOLS Bow and Arrow Lances Travois- to move INTERESTING FACTS Best Horsemen Comancheria- Homeland Very superstitious Name meant “Enemy”
LOCATION Hill Country- Central and West Texas SHELTER Tepees FOOD Farmed Corn Hunted Deer and Buffalo
WEAPONS AND TOOLS Bow and Arrow Lances INTERESTING FACTS Men shaved left side of head, right side grew long Great FEAR of death
LOCATION North Texas SHELTER Tepees with 24 poles FOOD Buffalo
WEAPONS AND TOOLS Bow and Arrow Lances INTERESTING FACTS Friends of Comanche Sun Dance- believed it bring plentiful buffalo and victory at war. Bead Work Use of Buffalo clip
LOCATION East Texas SHELTER Dome Bee Hive Huts FOOD Corn, Fish, Beans and Squash
WEAPONS AND TOOLS Stone Axe Bow and Arrow INTERESTING FACTS Best Farmers and fisherman Gave Texas its name Most advanced
LOCATION Galveston to the Sabine River SHELTER Brush Huts FOOD Corn, Fish, and Crabs
WEAPONS AND TOOLS Bow and Arrow Dart Spears INTERESTING FACTS Used Alligator fat to keep mosquitoes away Name meant “Man-Eater”
LOCATION Along Texas coast from Galveston to Corpus Christi SHELTER Wickiup –covered with grass or animal skin FOOD Oysters, Crab, Fish, Turtles Deer and Rabbits
WEAPONS AND TOOLS Long bow and arrow Spear- fishing Dug-out canoes INTERESTING FACTS Cannibal- Ate enemy Very Tall Name meant – dog lover Great love for children
LOCATION Along the Red River SHELTER Dome Bee Hive Huts FOOD Corn, beans, buffalo NO fish
WEAPONS AND TOOLS Bow and Arrow INTERESTING FACTS Raccoon-eyed tribe Women had circle tattoos
LOCATION South Texas SHELTER Wickiup outside FOOD Ant eggs, worms, spiders, dirt, maggot fish
WEAPONS AND TOOLS Bow and Arrow INTERESTING FACTS Ate strange food Mitotes celebration Least Advanced Tribe
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