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Unformatted text preview: g Western Indians Pueblo/Cliff dwellings g Multi-family dwellings/ trade g Drought Issues Pacific Coast Fishing villages Great Plains Buffalo and Agricultural g Eastern Indians Agriculture, Hunting (deer, turkey) Towns and Villages Tribal wars, diplomacy Later leagues/confederations formed g Diversity Each group had own political system, religious beliefs, language, did not see selves as unified people (but with similarities) g Property Beliefs Land as Common Resource Not devoted to material culture/wealth g Trade and Gift giving g Gender Matrilineal Mesoamerica and South America g These are the more developed civilizations g Mesoamerica: Olmec (2000-150 BC) Maya (150-900 AD) Aztec (900-1521 AD) g Tenochtitlan g Andean/South America: Early/Aspero, Chavin, Early/2nd/late Intermediate Incas...
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