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Texas History Exam 1

Exam Texas History 1

Coahultecans of South Texas Hunter-Gatherers; did not engage in Agriculture, Migrated Matrilineal. Mitotes Shamanism/Animism- decentralized religion, very spiritualized, worshiping natural forces and animals, Very good archers and athletes(could run up to 20 hours)
The Karankawas of the Texas Gulf Coast Were not canibals (were confused with the Ata Kapans) Used Oil (fossil fuel) for boat construction Tall People Boilled Alligatior and rubbed grease on body to fight mosiquitos Because of the Smell other tribes didnt want to fight them FIsherman
Mitoes Great feasts were people find their mates. The Males would go live with the Female's group
Shaman/Shamanism decentralized religion, very spiritualized, worshiping natural forces and animals.
Matriarchy A society that is based on the women as the higher caste (women dominated)
The Tonkawas of Central Texas Tonkawas of Central Texas Tonkawa= they all stay together (Waco language) From about 2,000 B.C.E Craddleboarding (shaping the infants head) Were wiped out by diseases from the Europeans and other indian raiders.
The Lipan Apaches of West Texas Jumanos intermarried with the Apache
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