Pueblo Indians are Indians who live in rock or bricks made of clay and straw that is dried in the sun houses. This name can be for any Indian tribe that lives in those types of homes. Hopi’s are also pueblo Indians. Also it was really dry and almost no rainfall. Pueblo Indians are the nation’s most resourcefulness farmers.
They grew a lot of food including corn, beans, and vegetables. They also grew peppers, and wheat. Native American Indians today crops are grown in New Mexico and northern Arizona because of a large part of the production found at local farmers markets.
The Pueblo people were mostly farmers they grew crops, and also raised animals. They raised sheep and goats, which meant they gave them food, water, and they were responsible for taking care of the animals. The pueblo men were good at weaving and made some amazing designs. The job of the women was to raise the children, but they also had to created pottery and make sure the food for the family was made. Women would turn corn into flour; beans were soaked and cooked in large jars. These jars were not placed directly over fires; instead, hot rocks were dropped into the jars for boiling, corn was also put in jars which lay on their sides near the fire. There weren't many animals for them to hunt. But when they were able to kill a large animal, they were butchered at the kill site. Back at home the pieces were prepared for cooking, bones were cracked to get the marrow, and hides were cured for other uses. The Farmers - The Yuma, Pima and Mojave tribes The Villagers - The Zuni,Pueblo and Hopi The Zuni, Pueblo and Hopi.
The clothing they wore depended on what they did. They lived in a warm climate so they wore little clothing. The men in olden times, men wore shirts and kilts. A kilt is a man's skirt. In more modern times, men wore shirts and pants made of fabric or wool. On special occasions, they wore headdresses. They looked like huge layered blonde wigs made of yarn and other materials. Also, on special occasions, they painted their face with one black streak down each side of their nose and mouth. It could be any color but it was usually black. The women wore a colorful dress that helped keep them cool during the day and warm at night.
They didn't use horses or canoes for transportation. To move from a place to another, the Indians traveled on foot. Their only way of transportation was by walking. The reason that they didn't use animals for travel was that they lived in a desert and there was very little water for the animal.
Their art used signs and symbols to represent their ideas, beliefs, dreams, and visions. Pottery included cooking, storage, bathing, and religious ceremonies. They were painted and carved with designs that told a story.
Pope whose name meant "Ripe Squash," was the most famous Pueblo Indian. He was able to bring together all the tribes even though they all spoke different languages.