... native land. When the Spaniards visited North America, they found two classes of Indians living here. One class wandered over the forests and plains, hunting and fishing, and building their houses, or wigwams, of barks or the skins of wild animals.... Wewa: The Child of the Pueblos - Page 8by Helen Mary Campbell - 1903 - 48 pagesFull view
- About this book
Sarah E. Sprague - Readers - 1906 - 376 pages
...Wewa, living in the same towns, or houses, which you may see to-day, if you visit that part of our native land. When the Spaniards visited North America,...the Spaniards called " Salvajos," or "Wild Indians" — savages; those who built houses and villages, they called " Pueblos," or " Town-dwellers." These...