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Chumash Clothes This is a man wearing traditional Chumash Clothes By,Ellie This is a piece of traditional Chumash jewelry.
CHUMASH TRADITIONS THIS CHUMASH INDIAN IS DANCING TO A TRADITION OF THE GODS BY, TANNER
Chumash Homes THIS IS A CHUMASH HOMES WERE MADE OF WEEDS. BY, MEGAN
CHUMASH FOODS THIS IS CHUMASH FOOD LIKE ACORNS AND SQUASH. BY, DLYAN http://www.campinternet.net/~lausd/chumash_artifacts_2.jpg
CHUMASH HOMES THE CHUMASH HOMES WERE DOME SHAPED. BY, MEGAN
ACTIVITIES THE CHUMASH MADE SCULPTURES TO HONOR THE GODS BY, HAYDEN
ACTIVITIES The baskets had many different kinds of weeds which made different designs. THE CHUMASH MADE BASKETS TO CARRY FOOD AND WATER BY, HAYDEN
ACTIVITIES THE CHUMASH MADE CAVE PANTINGS TO TELL STORIES OF THE PAST BY, HAYDEN
ACTIVITIES THE CHUMASH MADE JEWELRY TO WEAR TO CEREMONIES BY, HAYDEN
Chumash Homes This Chumash village is home to many people. They lived by the Pacific Ocean.
Chumash Homes This is two people guarding their home By,Megan
More Traditional Chumash Clothes And Jewelry This is some jewelry that the Chumash wore in traditional times. These are some traditional Chumash moccasins.
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