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American Indians 2

Examples of this type of resource includes canoes, bows, and spears. Capital Resource
Examples of this type of resource includes people who fished, made clothing, and hunted animals Human Resource
Examples of this type of resource includes fish, wild animals and crops. Natural Resource
The study of human behavior and cultures of the past through the recovery and analysis of artifacts. Archaeology
Where is the name of the oldest archeological sites in the United States? Cactus Hill
The environment of the Kwakiutl. rainy and mild
The environment of the Pueblo. hot, desert areas; isolated mountain ranges
The environment of the Inuit very cold, arctic areas
The environment of the Lakota mild summers, cold winters, grasslands
The environment of the Iroquois mild summers, cold winters, forests
Created by: hawksridge