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Sinagua food

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Mason Walker

on 22 April 2014

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they ate corn, beans and squash. they also ate meat dried raw and cooked. they ate veggies. they also ate berries and other friuts
The Sinagua had to have shelter but how did they build them. The Sinagua built pit houses.Wich where made by digging pits. Then they would gather branches and cover the pits.Then they upgraded to pueblos. Wich where made of mud and rocks.
The Sinagua tribe was one of the 4 tribes that lived in Arazona. Now you about there ways of getting food, there houses, and there food. It was interesting researching the Sinagua tribe. I hope you enjoyed learning about the Sinagua tribe. This tribe was important to Arazona.
Do you ever wonder how the sinagua peapole lived.If you do I'm going teach you. So I'm going to tell you 3 questions. How did they get food? How did they build houses?Now I'm going to tell you what I learned.
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