Social studies project

By shivam sood and everyone else in my group

Primary recourses in Texas


The water wall

A wonderful place to visit (with kids) to just relax in the Galleria and enjoy people watching. Always a crowd.it is good not to go out on a not too hot Houston day. It was one of our primary recources we visited it was a first handed. It is basically just a wall and every 1 or 2 minutes you get squirted by water.

American Indian that settled in Houston /Austin


The water wall

A wonderful place to visit (with kids) to just relax in the Galleria and enjoy people watching. Always a crowd.it is good not to go out on a not too hot Houston day. It was one of our primary recources we visited it was a first handed. It is basically just a wall and every 1 or 2 minutes you get squirted by water.

Today on our way to Houston we learned about the Bidai Indians. from a Caddo word signifying “brushwood,” and having lived near the lower Trinity River or some other people belive that they wre a part of the Atakapa Tribe: Meaning in Choctaw and Mobilian, “man eater,” because they and some of the Indians west of them at times ate the flesh of their enemies. Skunnemoke, the name of a chief, extended to the whole people.

Quasmigdo, given as their own name by Ker (1816).

Spring Creeks, the name given by Foote (1841).


Connections. From the mission records it appears that the Bidai were of the Atakapan linguistic stock which is what I told you about earlier they were refers to as man eaters.

Location. Near Houston Texas on the lower end of the trinity river.

History. The Bidai were living in the region above given when first known to the Europeans. In the latter part of the eighteenth century they are said to have been chief rivalries against strobes and settlements firearms were used. The attempt to make them be a part of the European Union was soon given up . , but they maintained separate existence down to the middle of the nineteenth century, when they were in a village 12 miles from Montgomery. They have now entirely disappeared.

Population. Mooney (1928) estimates for them a population of 500 in 1690. In 1805 there were reported to be about 100.

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We went to three amazing places they were houston madisonvillee and austin. It was a very action packed adventure full of throw up and broken down canoes. this is the trip of a life time for an adventures person. In houston you are able to go to six flags and the water wall in austin (the capital). Theres a tiny stature of the statue of liberty holding up a star your able to see where the people have meeting the people that work in the capital .

The hotels are very low prized and cheap but luxurious. De[ending on what site you use. We recommend you use expedia.com It has 32 dollar hotels. In total we recommend you come to Coastal plains.