The Jumano

Abby, Abhinav, Brian, Gabrielle

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We are going to take you through the journey of the Jumano Native American tribe. We will be talking about appearance, shelter and location, customs/traditions/ceremonies, and food.


Jumanos were clean and handsome people. Both men and women pierced ears and noses so they could wear the coral and turquoise ornaments they obtained through trade.

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Shelter and Location

Jumanos lived rancherias and villages. Jumano houses were called pueblos, they were half above ground, and half under ground.

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Jumanos celebrate like we do, but in many different ways than us. They make music by clapping their hands and their mouth and singing.

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The Jumanos were farmers. The Jumanos hunted for deer, antelope, elk, rabbits, armadillos, beaver, porcupine, and snakes.

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