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The Coahuiltecans tribe

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Transcript of The Coahuiltecans tribe

The Coahuiltecans tribe
By: Ishaan and Kaavya

Food
The Coahuiltecans ate:
deer
peccary -corn
rabbit -prickly pear
mud -prickly pear fruits
lizards -Pecans
snakes -nuts
insects -snail
They ate anything their body could handle
Where did they live?
The Coahuiltecans tribe lived on the Gulf coast plains of Texas
Tools and weapons
Tools:
Club -Animal traps
Nets

Weapons:
Bow and arrow -Shields
Club
Government: Traditions:
Everyone is equal Played drums
No specific leaders Ancient Rituals

Clothing
Art:
Women made pottery
in the Coahuiltecans tribe

Housing:
Wicki-ups
Art & Housing
Women wore:
2 piece skirt made of deerskin, grass or shredded tule fabric
Men wore:
A typical loin covering

Government &
Traditions
Language
Major Languages:
- Comecrudo
- Cotoname
- Aranama
- Solono
- Sanan
- Coahuilteco
Conflicts
- Unorganized

Religion
Coahuiltecans believed in:
- Heavenly bodies
- Elements
- Natural phenomenon

Interactions
Apache & Comanche tribes nearly killed everyone in the Coahuiltecan tribe
Transportation
- Walked
- Rode oxen, horses & mules
Medicines
- Used Herbs & Tribal Remedies
Fun Facts
The Coahuiltecans did not trade,
so they hunted and gathered

The Spanish failed to christianise
the Coahuiltecans
Thank You
for listening!
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