It is believed that a group of people belonging to the ancient MesoAmerican cultures (Mayan and Aztec) traveled north to settle in the area which is present-day southern Arizona. They came to this rugged valley formed by the slow running Gila and Salt rivers around 300 BC. They survived in this region by irrigating the land, and their advanced farming methods produced an ample supply of food to support their sizeable population. They lived there until 1500 AD and for reasons that are still a mystery, their culture began to fade, and subsequently vanished. The Pima called these remarkable people the "Hohokam" meaning the "vanished ones."
The Hohokam wore buffalo sheets
they wear dirty hohokam clothes
ancestral pueblo make home like hohokam
The hohokam disappeared by either a drought or a flood, most likely drought.
Hohokam Pima National Monument was created in 1972.
the Hohokam started to live in Arizona on 1774 on may 2th
The farmed like both the hohokam and the anasazi so that's how they were alike
The Hohokam didn't have any electronic back then in A.D/B.C so yes they actually had to go and take a bucket and take back to their village. HOHOKAM!<3
The cast of Hohokam - 2010 includes: Rudy Youngblood as Chahngo
The Hohokam settled in Arizona around 300 A.D. I hope this helped all y'all.
Barstad. Jan. has written: 'Hohokam pottery' -- subject(s): Hohokam pottery
the Hohokam culture didn't know how to make adobe until the Anasaz culture taught them
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Hohokam made cordage (yarn) from cotton, milkweed, yucca, and agave fiber for weaving and sewing.
The Hohokam did not have written records, and went extinct about the time the Europeans arrived, so we do not know what languages they spoke.
the Hohokam lived in present-day south-central Arizona from about A.D. 300 until about 1400.
Hohokam games hurt others. They play in a canyon with twig-made rings. They kick a leather ball through the rings.