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When did hunter-gatherers moved from Asia to North America/ Between 40,000 and 12,000 years ago
What were the similar culturally between the Native-American groups? Trade linked people of all regions of North America. Religious ideas were similar. They all thought the world was full of spirits and that people had to follow certain rituals and customs to live in peace.( polytheistic)
What did the Hohokam people did to survive in their harsh environment? irrigate their crops, developed pottery, and baskets from contact with the Mesoamerican people to the south.
How did the Anasazi built their homes? By the 900’s, the Anasazi were building and living in pueblos which were villages with large, apartment-style groupings made of stone and clay baked in the sun.
A group called the Anasazi lived where? the present-day states of Utah, Arizona, Colorado, and New Mexico meet.( The Four Corners).
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