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Pass out copies of scavenger hunt, give them out on next thursday/friday (document for

individual student by advisor)


Questions and hints will be presented in the morning announcement
Report to a civic leader (Angie Ramirez) email/speak to

Speak
Angie- will make a document ex. (Q&A, total questions: 8)

1. Introduction - Sebastian
i. Good morning e3, today we will be starting our Native American History
Month, on monday please be sure to listen in for our scavenger hunt
throughout November 6st to the 16th. The Scavenger Hunt will include
special detail about tribes located in the California. Please be sure to pay
close attention to detail to take full advantage throughout the scavenger
hunt. Prizes will be given to the people who complete the Scavenger hunt
by the 16th. Any questions please speak with civic leaders.

- At the end of the scavenger hunt make sure you speak to civic leaders, Angie Ramirez
2. Fun F act #1- Jason (Fun Facts about where each tribe lives)
i. Kumeyaay Settlement: San Diego County (Northern and Eastern,
Northern Baja)
ii. Cupeno Settlement: San Diego County
iii. Cahuilla Settlement: Southern Central California (Riverside County)
(Very dry area inland desert)
iv. Luiseno Settlement: West Coast (Oceanside area)
**THEY ALL LIVED IN SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA**

3. Fun Fact #2 - Nick (Fun Fact about what they hunted)


i. Kumeyaay:They mostly hunted anything you can find in the mountains
like antelope, bighorn sheep, snakes, rabbits, quail, squirrel, goats, and
bears.
Cahuilla: They mostly hunted small animals with bows and arrows like
quail, squirrels, rabbits, lizards, mice, rats, and ducks
ii. Luiseno: Before a hunt, a fire was sometimes built of white sage and
Artemisia Californica. The hunters stood around this and in the smoke,
the belief being that this absolved them from any breach of social
observances they might have committed, which would otherwise bring
them ill luck.
iii. Cupeo: Not only did the men hunt, their young children would hunt with
their fathers as well

4. Fun Fact #3 - Joshua (Fun Facts about what they wore)


i. Kumeyaay: The women wore clothing made from animal skin and plants.
They also wore skirts made from bark. The women also wore basket caps
in the summer to protect themselves from the sun. The men wore basically
nothing except a belt made of fiber.
ii. Cahuilla: Men only wore american indian breechcloths. Women wore
knee length skirts.
iii. Luiseo: Many people wore capes made from animal skin for the cold
winters. The women mainly wore an apron that covered their whole body.
Women also wore baskets on their head for carrying out tasks
iv. Cupeo: They did not really need to wear much because of the heat. The
women mainly wore an apron around their body. Men only wore a belt to
carry their tools. The children did not wear anything.
5. Fun Fact #4 - Alexis (Fun Facts about what they grew)
i. Many tribes such as the Kumeyaay and the Cupeno farmed various trees
and plants such as: squash, beans, and corn. They also feasted on other
crops such as fruit, pine nut, agave, and acons.
6. Fun Fact #5 - Fernanda (Fun fact about how they traded)
i. Kumeyaay - Using shell money or barter between tribes, existed between
coastal and inland villages and the Southwest.
ii. Cupeo - Since their territory was so small, the Cupeo did not have to go
far to trade with other groups. The Luiseno was west of them and they
could get shells and dried fish from them. They also had trade contacts
with the Ipai, to the south.
iii. Cahuilla - Cahuilla territory was crossed by a major trade route, the
Cocopa-Maricopa Trail, that brought people from the east to the Pacific
Coast. Some Cahuilla people became known as expert traders, traveling
west to the ocean and east to the Gila River carrying goods for trade.
iv. Luiseno - The Luiseo did not make many trips for the purpose of trading
with other groups, but hey did get steatite (soapstone) from the
Garbrielinos, and obsidian from people who lived to the north of them.

7. Fun Fact #6 - Hunter (Fun Facts about their instruments)


i. The instruments that use are similar. So the instruments are flutes, rattles,
banjo. The tribes had used stringed instruments with one or two strings.
They also use bone or wood to make flutes and play them.
8. Fun Fact #8 - Madison (Fun Fact about where theyre located)
i. Kumeyaay-San Diego County
ii. Cupeo-50 miles inland and 50 miles north of the modern day U.S.
Mexico border in the range of Southern California
iii. Cahuilla-Center of Southern California
iv. Luiseno-Ranging 50 miles from the present-day southern part of Los
Angeles County to the northern part of San Diego County, and inland 30
miles.
9. Fun Fact #8 - Karime (Fun Fact about their language)
i. Luiseo
- Northern Uto-Aztecan
- Takic
- Cupan
ii. Cupeo
- CahuillaCupeno
iii. Cahuilla
- Ivilyuat
iv. Kumeyaay
- Core Yuman
- DeltaCalifornia

10. Fun Fact #9- Angie (Fun Fact about their population)
i. Kumeyaay: 3,000 and 9,000.
ii. Cupeo: 200
iii. Cahuilla: 800
iv. Luiseno: 10,000
Prize: Elevator pass, gift card ($5)