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THE TONKAWA INDIANS

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Laura Flanagan

on 1 April 2015

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THE TONKAWA INDIANS
the Tonkawa indians lived in teepees. They were easy to set up and break down easily. They were 6-12 sticks that make a upside down cone shape and were wrapped in animal skin.
Housing
The tribe of the Tonkawa is in what is now Austin, Texas.
Clothing
The women in the tribe wore wraparound deerskin skirts and the men wore breech clothes. In cool weather women wore shawls made of rabbit fur and the men wore painted robes made of buffalo skin. Normally barefoot but made beautifully decorated shoes called moccasins for special occasions. They sometimes put feathers in their hair.
Location in Texas
Kind of Government
The tribe was lead by a chief. The chief would make all the decisions.
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