Min & Jeonghee
The Tigua indians were farmers; most of their food came from their own crops. The crops included corn, beans, and squash. The men also hunted deer, rabbit, antelope, bear, and any other wild animals. While the men are hunting the women collect berries.
The Tigua indian homes were not built the typical pueblo style. They were made in a style called jackal(ha-calle) , made of sticks stuck in the ground and covered with mud. They were very very weak, so they weren't permenant.