Anasazi Indians

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Short answer Please let me know if you want them as one question or separate to count toward the 30. 1. Briefly describe the following: A. What was life like for the Native Inhabitants before the arrival of the Europeans? B. What were the Similarities and differences between the Natives Americans and Europeans? C. Describe why the Plain Indians used horses and what did they supplement this use with? True/False Consider the following statements and decide whether the statements 2-4 are true or false of the Anasazi Indians. Will insert a Map 2. Anasazi constructed and built cliff-dwellings roads, and canals 3. The Anasazi crafted and constructed their habitat along what is now Present day Arizona and New Mexico. 4. Pueblo people is another…show more content…
Bering Strait B. Mississippi River C. Great Plains River D. Gulf of Mexico 8. The Encomienda system was comprised of: A. Granted power over certain Native Population B. Protected them and converted them to Catholicism C. Gave the Colonist entitlement to the native’s labor D. Provided a working relationship among the Native Americans and the Colonist. 9. Crops were very important for the livelihood of the Native Americans. They allowed famers to trade with hunters for animal products such as fur, bones and meat. Vast techniques were developed by Native Americans to plant and farm crops. These techniques allowed them full use of the land. One of the vast techniques used was the Three-sister farming, which consists of the following: A. Were usually males of the Tribe B. Involved a high yielding strain of bean that grew on corn stalks C. Grew squash at base to retain moisture in the soil D. Were usually female of the Tribes 10. After the progression of Agriculture 5,000 ago, the ignition of new cultures and inventions caused the nomadic Native Americans to create permanent habitations. What become the principal crops central to these habitations: A. Maize, Sun, Water B. Wheat, Corn, Meat C. Meat, fur, Bones D. Corn, Sun ,

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