The Pueblo Indians Va SOL 2.2 The student will compare the lives and contributions of three American Indian cultures of the past and present, with emphasis on the Powhatan of the Eastern Woodlands, the Lakota of the Plains, and the Pueblo peoples of the Southwest.

CIVICS

The Purpose of this assignment is for you to learn about the Pueblo Indians and the Civics of their tribes

Who where the Pueblo Indians?

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The Pueblo Indians were a people from the South west and lived in a dry climate. The Pueblo tribes had different designated jobs and roles for the members of the tribe to complete. The head of a Pueblo tribe was the Chief who was also the Priest of the tribe or the one who communicated with their god. Some of the tribes even had two Chiefs one who was in charge during the summer and another during the winter. The men of the tribe would hunt and farm and work to provide for the women and children and the elderly. The women would also farm and take care of the kids, as well as create pottery and paint. Some of the items the women would make would be used to trade between different tribes for different item that they might not have.

Adobe Pueblo Huts

For this assignment you will fill out the worksheet that I provided you with in class all the information you learned from this Web quest as well as answer the questions.

The reason that it is important for you to learn about the Pueblo Indians is because they are the people from the past who lived in our country. Also it is important to learn about the roles the people played as we can think about the importance of doing the jobs you are told to do and to complete your roles in the community to better help the community run.

Works Cited

Pueblo Indian Fact Sheet. (n.d.). Retrieved December 09, 2016, from http://www.bigorrin.org/pueblo_kids.htm

Pueblo Indian Tribes - Oldest Cultures in the United States. (n.d.). Retrieved December 09, 2016, from http://www.legendsofamerica.com/na-puebloindians.html

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