THE MONO TRIBE
The population of the Mono tribe is approximately 2,300 people.
there life style
Habitat and Geography
Their habitat is North Fork Mono in Madera County. They spread across California in: Owens River Valley the San Janquin Valley, Freson County, and San Francisco Bay Area.
Food and diet
When they were on diets they ate acorns, roots, pine nuts, and berries. Good hunters shared their meat. They hunted deers, bear, rabbits, and squrrels.
Mono tribes spoke Mono language. It's in the numic branch. It's in the language family of uto-aztecan.
They would use guns, bows lances, axes, war clubs, and knifes.
Art and artwork
The Mono tribe would make art baskets by weaving.
They had eastern Mono's and southern Mono's. Bears were haunted by blocking the egress from their cave and then shooting them.