The Maidu are an indigenous people of northern California. They reside in the
central Sierra ... other California tribes, the Maidu were hunters and gatherers
and did not farm. ... then relying on t...
People did not usually travel more than 20 miles from home during their lifetime.
... FOOD. Since the Maidu lived in the mountains, they depended more on ...
... and teachers. Covers Maidu houses, food, weapons, tools, canoes, and
customs. ... What other Native Americans did the Maidu tribe interact with? The
I think it's really interesting the way they hunted for the food they ate. Weapons.
The Maidu Indians made their hunting weapons very carefully. They made sure ...
Maidu, a group of three languages (Maidu, Konkow, and Nisenan; see ... Taboo
foods among the Maidu proper included coyote, dog, wolf, buzzard, lizard, ...
Maidu beliefs honored the natural world. ... World Maker would give the Maidu
enough food and rain ... What ceremonies did local Indian groups hold to show.
The former exhibition: Food in California Indian Culture at the. Phoebe A. .....
Although California Indians did not hunt whales, if one died and ... The Maidu
While men did the hunting, the women did the majority of food preparation.
Acorns were a staple of the Maidu diet. Each adult may have consumed up to
Acorns were the staple food of the Maidu tribe of the Native Americans who lived
here along the American River for centuries before the coming of overseas ...
Culture, history and genealogy of the Maidu Indians.