“Boo!!!” I heard a screaming sound. It was my mom scaring me. “Mom, why you are scaring me in my room?” My mom said “its Hallowen Day”. You can scare the people and go trick or treating and celebrate.” We … Continue reading
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The Karankawa lived south of the Caddo in the grasslands and brush-lands of the Coastal Plains Region. The karankawa were nomadic (moved from place to place), and were hunters and gatherers. In the winter they lived along the gulf coast, … Continue reading
Caddo buidling a mound by carrying soil in baskets The Caddo was a mound-building (hill-building) culture that appeared around the year 800 BC (Before Christ or Common Era) in the Piney Woods region of eastern Texas and adjacent parts of … Continue reading
Approximate areas occupied by native Americans in Texas Native Americans adapted to life in all the natural regions of Texas. The Caddo and the Karankawa lived in the Piney Woods and brushlands of the Coastal Plains. The Comanche and Wichita … Continue reading
After the ice age ended and the glaciers of North America retreated, vegetation and forests returned to the land, lakes and rivers formed, and Native Americans were able to expand the area where they could live. Over thousands of years, … Continue reading
12,000 years ago, at the end of the last ice age, the first humans migrated from Asia to the Americas by crossing the frozen Bering Strait. Archeologists call this area Beringia. Doce mil años atrás, al final de la última … Continue reading
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