Pima Indian Wickiup
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The Pima tribe were peaceful farmers who lived in southern Arizona and northern Sonora, Mexico. The Pima tribe were descendents of the ancient North American Indians called the Hohokam.
The wickiup was a form of shelter and home used by various Native American Indian tribes, notably those who lived in the Southwest in the states of Arizona, New Mexico, Texas and in the Great Basin. The wickiup was constructed of tall saplings driven into the ground, bent over, and tied together near the top.
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