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THE CONCHO INDIANS

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Dylan Shears

on 2 October 2013

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Transcript of THE CONCHO INDIANS

DAILY LIFE
The concho indian's did much hard work to live regular life's. Most of the conchos were killed during the revolt aganst the spanish, and of european disease's
THE CONCHO INDIANS
The religion of the concho people was sorta like buddism
RELIGION
The concho people lived along the Rio Grande
LOCATED
The homes were made of a wooden frame and animal hide
HOME
They were hunter gathers. They planted corn, beans and squash, and hunted birds, squirl and deer
FOOD
The conchos traded food, pottery and personal goods.
Trade
The conchos had one leader
GOVERMENT
The conchos were nomads
FARMERS OR NOMADS???
They loved art and pottery.

Customs
clothing
They wore breach cloths in the summer and used capes made of rabbit fur to keep warm in the winter. They made sandals out of plant fibers for their feet. They may have grown cotton and woven cotton cloth. They often tattooed and painted themselves all over their bodies. Sometimes they wore feather head dresses.
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