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Key Terms U1 Banished Colonial Assembly Encomienda  Great Migration Hohokam -   The  Hohokam  people lived in the desert area of the Gila basin of southern Arizona from A.D. 200 –  1400.  The Hohokam built villages in river valleys, and dug irrigation canals to water their fields.  Like the Mogollon,  the Hohokam initially lived in pit houses, but later shifted to multistoried pueblos.  The Hohokam were ancestors of  the Pima and Tohono O’Odham peoples.  House of Burgesses Indentured servant Indigenous Iroquois Confederacy Matriarchal leadership Mayflower Compact Mound Builders -   Some native peoples transitioned from hunter-gatherer societies to agriculturalists, and built 
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Unformatted text preview: great cities and impressive earthen mounds. These people are known to us today by the general term of the Mound Builders . Paleo-Indians- The people who moved into Beringia from Asia relied on hunting and gathering for subsistence and traveled in small, mobile, kin-based groups of people who lived and foraged together. These very early cultures are generally known as Paleo-Indians . Plantation Pontiac's Rebellion Proclamation of 1763 Protestants Puritans Push/pull factors Quakers Reciprocal impact Separtists Theocracy Town meeting...
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