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The Calusa were Native American people of Florida's southwest coast. Calusa society ... Calusa influence may have also extended to the Ais tribe on the central east .... that the Calusa cultivated maize and Zamia integrifolia (coontie) for food. ... associated with the Calusas, nor does Zamia grow in the wetlands that made ...

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The Calusa Indians did not farm like the other Indian tribes in Florida. Instead, they fished for food on the coast, bays, rivers, and waterways. The men and boys  ...

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Facts about Calusa Indian food, clothing, houses, villages, art and crafts, weapons ... They did the same things all children do--play with each other, learn their ...

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A coastal tribe in southwest Florida, the Calusa Indians primarily lived on foods that they could get from the water. They caught catfish, eels, oysters, lobsters, ...

www.funandsun.com/1tocf/inf/nativepeoples/calusa.html

It served as the main highway inland to the Calusa Indians. ... This new food source required significantly less time than hunting and gathering their food, and  ...

www.accessgenealogy.com/native/calusa-indians-in-florida.htm

Jun 28, 2014 ... An early Spanish writer. Gov. Mendez de Canço, writing in 1598 or 1599, says that the Indians of southern Florida did not live in settled villages ...

www.pbchistoryonline.org/middle-school-lessons/001-Calusa/001-Calusa1.htm

The Calusa Indians did not farm like the other Indian tribes in Florida. Instead, they fished for food on the coast, bays, rivers, and waterways. The men and boys  ...

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The Calusa Native American tribe mainly ate fish, oysters or any other seafood's. Calusa hunters would hunt birds at a very small game,.

www.keyshistory.org/prehistindians.html

With the rising sea waters the Paleo-Indian's food supply evolved from large animals ... If they did, they probably lived near the seashore for a food source, which ... and were the predecessors of the Calusa (Caloosa, Calos, or Carlos) Indians.