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The Jumano Tribe
Transcript of The Jumano Tribe
The Pueblo Jumano Indians were a Native American tribe that lived in Central Texas between the Lower Pecos River and the Colorado River. There were different types of Jumano but the Pueblo Jumanos are who we chose. They were a very peaceful tribe with connections to different tribes including the Concho.
The Jumono Indians wore many different types of clothing. The men wore pants and capes while the women wore short sleeve tunics and aprons. To make their clothing they used animal hides and wove cotton cloths.
The Pueblo Jumanos lived in pueblos which are like big apartment buildings with two or more stories that are made out of adobe mud bricks and if available stone walls.
Acquisition of Food
The Jumanos hunted bison and grew crops like corn, beans, and squash.
The Jumanos traded for pelts, meat, buffalo products, piñon, nuts, beans, and cactus fruit. They traded corn, dried squashes, and beans.
The Jumanos were very close friends and neighbors with the Concho Tribe. They traded most of their stuff with them.
Welcome to the Pueblo Jumano Tribe
The Jumano Tribe did not have any recorded language.
The Jumanos made different types of art like necklaces and braclets that were coral blue colored and pottery that they used to store food.
Coral blue colored necklace
Tools and Weapons
The Jumanos used bows and arrows to hunt and clubs in war.
Bow and Arrows