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HCA 7th--Review/Ren

Vocab from Chapter 1 in textbook

sedentary societies groups of people who settled in permanent villages or cities
semisedentary societies groups of people who settled in villages but moved every few years in search of food
nonsedentary societies groups of people who move continually in search of food; nomads
Mesoamerica region that stretches from modern-day Mexico to Central America
Maya ancient native civilization of Mesoamerica, 200-900 AD; gone when Europeans arrived
Inca Native American civilization in present-day Peru (South America)
Aztec Native American civilization that spread through what is now Mexico; warlike society
Olmec the first ancient civilization of Mesoamerica; gone when Europeans arrived; traders who carved sculptures of jade and obsidian
pre-Columbian existing before Columbus and other Europeans arrived in the new world
human resources persons or people with skills to do work
natural resources items found in nature that can be used by humans but not made by humans
capital resources objects made by humans from natural resources
Created by: ktharp