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The First Americans

When did the First Americans come to America? The First Americans arrived in America 10,000 years ago. Section 1.1 Introduction
When did the first Ice Age take place? About 30,000 years ago, the first Ice Age happened. Section 1.2 Migration Routes of the First Americans
Why did the descendants of Siberian hunters have to find new food sources? They had to find new sources of food because mammoths and other prey started dying out, possibly from overhunting and the change of climate. Section 1.2 Migration Routes of the First Americans
What sorts of natural resources did the First Americans use to survive? The First Americans used plants, animal skins, and stones to make houses, tool, and food. Section 1.3 The First Americans Adapt to the Environment
What are cultural regions? Cultural regions are made up of people who share a similar way of life. Section 1.3 The First Americans Adapt to the Environment
What did the First Americans believe about nature spirits? The First Americans believed that everything in nature had a spirit, and that they had to maintain balance with them. Section 1.4 How American Indians Viewed Their Environment
What did the First Americans do when it came to food to survive? They took what they needed to and moved on to let the place replenish itself. Section 1.4 How American Indians Viewed Their Environment
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