The tools and weapons of the Pueblo Indians included bows and arrows, spears, war clubs, wooden hoes, rakes, spindles, looms and pump drills. Bows and arrows and spears were used for hunting and fighting. Hoes and rakes ... More »

The main tools and weapons used by the Southwest Indians included spears and bows and arrows for hunting, spindles and looms for weaving, wooden hoes and rakes for farming and pump drills for digging holes in beads and s... More »

Hopi Indians frequently used spears, bows, arrows and carved rocks as weapons. The translation of "Hopi" into English means "peaceful person," and as such, the Hopi people did not often participate in acts of war. Noneth... More »

The main tools and weapons used by the Southwest Indians included spears and bows and arrows for hunting, spindles and looms for weaving, wooden hoes and rakes for farming and pump drills for digging holes in beads and s... More »

Hopi Indians frequently used spears, bows, arrows and carved rocks as weapons. The translation of "Hopi" into English means "peaceful person," and as such, the Hopi people did not often participate in acts of war. Noneth... More »

The Huron Indians used weapons such as bows and arrows, tomahawks, war clubs and spears. During hunting, fishing poles, harpoons, and nets with rocks tied to the ends were used. More »

The Navajos used bows and arrows, spears, clubs, tomahawks, knives and sticks among their tools and weapons. Beyond these, they also used bolas and blowguns. More »