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the native americans

Who figured out the concept of zero the mayas
list 5 accomplishments the mayas had concept of zero, invented chocolate, basketball and herbal medicines, had a calendar, had a writing system with thousands of books
Who had astronomers? the Mayas
list two native american tribes that had a language the incas and mayas
Who had cities and pyramids the aztecs
who had store houses the incas
who had a strong army the incas
name two tribes that had schools maya and inca
who traded inca
why did the little band of ancient hunters follow the mammoth? They followed for food clothes tools and shelter
what side of the U.s did the woodlands live the east coast
How were the plains and woodlands similar the both fed on animals
where did the woodlands live on platform bounds
where did the plains live on the prairie
what kind of houses did the southeastern people live in stone houses called pueblos
Where did the plains live in the middle of the u.s. on flat land in a teepee made of animals
were the teepees permanent or the pueblos the pueblos
who lived in long house and what were they made of irouguis liked in long house and it was made of trees
who lived in the wooden plank houses and why were they advanced northwesterns and made of wood
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