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  • 1. THE SOUTHWEST INDIANS By Elizabeth Hopkins
  • 2. Introduction
    • The Southwest is a rocky desert.
    • It goes through the Mexico and U.S. border. There are mesas, cliffs, canyons, and mountains.
  • 3. Jobs
    • Men were weavers or hunters. Women were potters or they ground corn.
  • 4. Homes
    • Pueblos lived in pueblos. In every pueblo there is a kiva; a kiva is a below ground religious room. Navajos lived in hogans. The houses were not as pretty as our houses, but they provided them shelter.
    • The houses didn`t look like houses today.
  • 5. Clothes
            • Some clothes that the Southwest Indians wore were:
            • Ponchos
            • Buckskin
            • Blankets
            • Dresses
            • Kilts
            • Wraps
            • Headbands
            • Animal skins
  • 6. Food
    • Some food that the Southwest Indians ate were:
    • Sheep
    • Wild plants
    • Squash
    • Beans
    • Corn
    • And other meats and vegetables
  • 7. Ceremonies
    • In ceremonies, men put on masks that looked like kachivas (kachivas are spirits). People did sand paintings.
  • 8. Miscellaneous
    • Hopi kids played with kachiva dolls; they learned religious beliefs through the dolls.
    • DO YOU THINK THEY ARE SCARY?????????????!
  • 9. THE SOUTHWEST INDIANS ROCK!