The Coahuiltecan indians

By: Remi, Naomi, and Gabby


Lived on the southern coast, adjacent to Mexico (had no permanent home).

Life style/ dwelling

Lived in temporary dwellings made of mud and animal skins.

Pictures of the indians


Types of living

They traded, hunted small animals, wore sandals, skirts, and shorts as clothing, and they were nomadic so they had no permanent home.


Hunted deer, smaller animals, gathered mesquite beans, nuts, berries, cacti, worms, lizards, insects, and roots.