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by Murilo Olaio Runha
By Murilo Olaio
Hundreds of years ago, North America was mostly wild, open land. Native America tribes lived on the land. They have their own language and costume.
Pueblo homelands were mostly in the American Southwest. Most tribes lived in what is now Arizona Colorado, New Mexico, and Utah. They estabilished villages along Rio Grand River.
Many Pueblo families lived in villages on top of mesas. The Pueblo built houses with adobe and stone. The house had many levels.
Each village has its own government, but the Pueblo tribes shared similar customs. They had strong ties to their traditions and homeland. The Pueblo wore few clothes.
The Pueblo made many objects by hand. They often used natural materials.These arts and crafts added beauty to everyday life.