The Calusa were a Native American people of Florida's southwest coast. Calusa
society developed from that of archaic peoples of the Everglades region.
Information about the Calusa Indians for students and teachers. Facts about
Calusa Indian food, clothing, houses, villages, art and crafts, weapons and tools,
The Calusa (kah LOOS ah) lived on the sandy shores of the southwest coast of ...
Artifacts such as shell tools, weapons, and ornaments are on display in many ...
It served as the main highway inland to the Calusa Indians. It's waters were filled
... The Calusas utilized shells as tools, weapons, art, and jewelry. Archeologists ...
Sep 28, 2016 ... Calusa village sites can be found along the western half of the ... of southwest
Florida or in the style of tools and weapons used to hunt and fish.
Besides inhabiting Lee County, where Sanibel is located, Calusa Indians also ....
This weapon was used to carry spears with a throwing motion to its target with ...
Sep 2, 2013 ... Short video on the Calusa Indians of Southwest Florida. This video was used in a
fourth grade social studies lesson.
Apr 12, 2013 ... 15 Human Weapons Made from Animal Weapons ... Calusa shell clubs. Photo:
bob reid. Tebute, a Gilbertese shark tooth weapon.
The Apache Indians used a variety of weapons including Tomahawks, Knives,
War Clubs, Bows and Arrows, and Lances (spears), most of which were made of
Sep 22, 2006 ... The Calusa relied more on the sea than on agriculture for their livelihood. They
made tools and weapons of seashells and fish bones.