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en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Maidu

The Maidu are a Native American people of northern California. They reside in the central ... They practiced grooming of their gathering grounds, with fire as a primary tool for this purpose, and tended local groves of oak trees to maximize ...

sites.google.com/site/californiaindiansculture/central-valley-and-mountain/maidu/maidu-tools-and-weapons

Feb 10, 2014 ... What would you do if you couldn't get anything done? You would feel stressed out right? Well the Maidu got every chore done thanks to the ...

sites.google.com/site/californiaindianshistory/maidu-indians/maidu-hunting

The had some pretty special techniques and tools. they had bows arrows spears and knives. ... The Maidu Indians made their hunting weapons very carefully.

peopleof.oureverydaylife.com/maidu-indian-tools-10450.html

The Maidu, also known as the Nisenan, were among the original Native American inhabitants of California. They, like many other indigenous tribes, were  ...

www.warpaths2peacepipes.com/native-indian-weapons-tools

A comprehensive illustrated guide to the Native Indian Weapons and Tools used by the tribes of American Indians with pictures and videos. The Native Indian ...

www.bigorrin.org/maidu_kids.htm

Information about the Maidu Indians for students and teachers. Covers Maidu houses, food, weapons, tools, canoes, and customs.

www.warpaths2peacepipes.com/indian-tribes/maidu-tribe.htm

Summary and Definition: The Maidu tribe were a California tribe of Native American Indians who were hunter-gatherers and fishers. The Maidu tribe inhabited ...

factcards.califa.org/cai/maidu.html

MAIDU. Location: Northeastern California (Plumas County & southern Lassen ... TOOLS. Canoes were used by the Maidu. These were dugout canoes made by ...

michaellamarr.com/PearleyMonroe/Maidu/index.html

The changes created additional change on what their tools were, what they ate, what they wore, and what they lived in. An example is that the Maidu lived in ...