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Native Americans arrowheads
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On this site you will hear about Native American living often along creeks and rivers
Long before the White Man started to live in the North American continent
Native Americans with many tribes settled, traveled and hunted
About 8000 b.c. native American tribes were roaming in Texas.
Today we know about the Jumano Indians, the Pueblo Indians and Apache tribes in the Texas area.
At least 1000 years ago Apache tribes arrived in the South West. The Navajo people, who were the most numerous of the 7 major Apachean groups, was one of the bigger groups.|
Later the Comanches moved down from Wyoming, building a separate tribe out of the Shoshone Indians. In the early 1700s Comanches were seen in the Texas panhandle and in New Mexico.
Comanche and Lipan Apache were hunting in the
area of Bear Springs Blossom Nature Preserve,
camping along the Bear Springs Creek,
hunting deer, birds, bear, buffalo and mountain lion.
Creeks and springs were always a meeting point for native people.|
We know that once the Bear Springs Creek was filling this pond, and native Americans have gotten their water at the spring, smoking the peace pipe giving Pipe Creek its today's name?
Food could be hunted here, fish and white tail deer
Long, long before the first settlers came to Texas
Native Americans were sitting around this pond.
The flint stone pieces found close by were the ideal raw material to work on arrow heads.
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