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Modern Native American Indian Cultures in Texas Video

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Use this Native American Indian History video entitled Modern Native American Cultures to study and learn about the later Native American Indian cultures and key facts about the Jumano, Caddo, Karankawa, Apache, Tonkawa and Coahuiltecans

Learn about the modern Native American culture, and identify the tribes that exist today, in reservations, such as the Tigua, Alabama-Coushatta and the Kickapoo. LIsten to interviews with modern Native Americans and discover how they are preserving their culture in today's world.

 

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Modern Native American Indian Cultures in Texas Video . Learning Objectives for this video:

  • The Native American Culture. Learn about Modern Native American Cultures. Learn about such farming cultures as the pueblo-building Indians, the Jumano, and the sophisticated agriculturists and traders like the Caddo, and learn about the similarities and differences in tradition, lifestyle, and culture of the Native American farming tribes.
  • Discover the locations of the tribes populating Texas at the time of early European exploration in the sixteenth century.
  • Identify the major causes of the historical disappearance of most Native American tribes in Texas, and summarize key facts about the Jumano, Caddo, Karankawa, Apache, Tonkawa, and Coahuiltecans.
  • Discover what caused the decline of these agricultural Indian populations and the legacies they left behind.
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