What language did the Anasazi Indians speak?

Answer There was never an "Anasazi" tribe, so there is no one language of the Anasazi Indians. Archaeologists used the Navajo word "Anasazi" to describe the many peoples who lived on the Colorado plateau ... Read More »

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What language do the Blackfoot indians speak?

The language Blackfoot Indians speak is called Siksika, according to the Native Languages website, There are two main dialects, called Pikanii and Siksika Blackfoot. The Blackfoot language is from ... Read More »

How did the Anasazi indians get their name?

The Anasazi were the ancestors of the modern-day Pueblo people. Originally hunter-gatherers, they eventually settled in villages and learned how to grow corn and other crops in the Four Corners sta... Read More »

What did anasazi indians wear?

Because cloth, leather and vegetable fiber deteriorate, very little Anasazi Indian clothing has survived. Most of the things that have survived have been durable items, such as jewelry. Most resear... Read More »

What happened to the Anasazi indians?

According to the Colorado Bureau of Land Management, there was never an Anasazi tribe of Native Americans. In fact, the Anasazi is a Navajo word applied to people who lived in the Four Corners regi... Read More »