How did the cahuilla travel?
they used mercedez and ferraris
The Cahuilla People, also known as ʔívil̃uqaletem or Ivilyuqaletem, speak the following languages: English Spanish Ivilyuat* *Ivilyuat (also known as Ivil̃uɂat or Cahuilla), is an endangered Uto-Aztecan language, spoken by the various tribes of the Cahuilla Nation. As of 2011, there were only 6 native speakers left.
Today, Cahuilla families live in modern houses and apartment buildings. In the past, most Cahuilla people lived in brush houses called kish. Kish are small round or cone-shaped houses made of a wooden frame covered with reeds and brush. These are very simple houses and Cahuilla people really only used them to sleep in. When they were resting, socializing, or working on crafts, Cahuilla people sat outside-- it was rarely cold or rainy in the…