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Francisco Vazques de Coronado was a Spanish explorer. He explored the American Southwest in the early s looking for riches. Coronado came across the Wichita in in the Great Bend area Sexy women wants casual sex Omaha the Arkansas River in what is now south-central Kansas.
That was a long time ago--over years. Coronado says of these people: All they have is the tanned skins of the cattle they kill, for the herds are near where they live, at quite a large river. They eat meat raw like the Querechos [the Apache] and Teyas [the Jumano]. They are enemies of one another These people of Quivira have the advantage over the others in their houses and in growing of maize. For example, what did we learn of the houses they lived in? Can you picture them? What are For the women that want Forked River cattle they hunted, ate raw, and tanned the skins of?
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As a matter of fact, the people who study languages called linguists tell us that the Wichita language is one of three different Plains Caddoan languages. The other two Plains Caddoan languages are Pawnee and Kichai.
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Bet you know what the tepees were made of, don t you? Near the house was an arbor. Do you know what an arbor is? Well, its made of four poles and has a rectangular roof and maybe a back or side walls, but not always.
The roof and walls are made of dried grasses rhe like the houses. The arbor provided shade to sit and work under in the hotter months. Other arbors were used to dry corn, buffalo meat and pumpkins. The Wichita braided the pumpkin strips before they dried them. Can imagine how hard it would be to braid pumpkin?Hor Women Stockbridge
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We know for certain they were trading buffalo robes. Buffalo robes were very special.