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native texan reveiw

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before written history prehistoric
the pattern of knowledge, beleifs, behaviors, and traits that charicterize a group of people culture
state or condition of no longer existing extiction
a culture with a complex social structure and developements such as cities, trade, government, art, writting, and science civilization
an area of ancient civilization in what is now cental america mesoamerica
the way a society is organized social structure
one who moves from place to place with no pernament home nomad
brick or other building material made from sun dried earth and straw adobe
contact or agreement between nations or peoples treaty
person born of a certain family or group descendant
nomadic tribe that moved when their food suply ran out coahuiltecans
tribe made dugout canoes and the men tatoed their bodies. they also coated their skin with shark and aligator grease to ward off mesquitors karankawas
brick or other building material made from sun dried earth and straw adobe
contact or agreement between nations or peoples. treaty
person born of a certain family or group descendants
nomadic tribe that moved when their food suply ran out. coahuiltecan
tribe made dugout canoes and the men tatoed their bodies. they also coated their skin with shark and aligator grease to ward off mesquitoes karankawa
oldest woman in the fam comtrolled the fam regardless caddo
feirce enemies of comanche apache
this tribe was filled with the best horsemen and traders comanche
joined the comanche to drive apache out of the region kiowa
lived near austin hunted buffalo and dear tonkawa
mostly farmers though they did hunt buffalo wichita
lived in adobe houses and painted their walls jumano
grew cotton and used adobe ovens to cook food tigua
woman built houses wove mats and made clothing kickapoo
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