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List the biomes found in North America Rain Forest, Deciduous Forest, Grasslands or Prairie, Desert
What is a region? An area of land having certain characteristics that make it different from other areas
What would be examples of cultural characteristics? Language, religion, music, food
What criteria would be used to divide the US into economic regions? Resources and industry
What are the 2 theories about how humans first arrived in North America? Land bridge, by boat
What natural resources were available to the Paleo-Indians? Clay, stone, wood
What was the 1st innovation that eventually led to the development of cities? Irrigation
The plains people hunted what kind of animals? Elk, Buffalo, Deer
Which group most likely would have built a home from ice? Arctic people
Which group most likely would have built a totem pole? Northwest Indians
Created by: arrowood