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, and other aquatic life. More »

The Calusa Indians lived in southwestern Florida. These Indians were some of the first that were written about by the explorers from Spain and it is believed that they could have numbered well into the thousands. More »

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The Tequesta Indians were a small, peaceful tribe of Native Americans that inhabited the portion of southern Florida extending from the Biscayne Bay to the mouth of the Miami River in the area that is known as Miami as o... More »

The Calusa Indians lived in southwestern Florida. These Indians were some of the first that were written about by the explorers from Spain and it is believed that they could have numbered well into the thousands. More »

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Algonquin Indians hunted animals for food and ate many kinds of meat, including moose and deer. Other foods included fish and vegetables, such as corn, beans and squash. Algonquin people also gathered berries and made ma... More »

The Hopi Indians were farmers, subsisting off of corn, beans and squash while raising turkeys as livestock. Antelope, deer and small game supplemented this basic diet, as did nuts, fruits and herbs. During famines, the H... More »

The Tequesta Indians were a small, peaceful tribe of Native Americans that inhabited the portion of southern Florida extending from the Biscayne Bay to the mouth of the Miami River in the area that is known as Miami as o... More »