1st test in history - 1 The first peoples who migrated to...

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1. The first peoples who migrated to the Americas A) built large, permanent villages. B) were bands of hunter-gatherers. C) lived on large, permanent farms. D) did little hunting and gathered mostly edible plants. 2. The Hopewell peoples were A) the earliest identifiable group of native peoples in North America. B) the last culture to evolve in southeastern North America before the arrival of the Europeans. C) the ancestors of the southwestern Pueblo peoples, who flourished around A.D. 100. D) Mound Builders in the Mississippi Valley who flourished around A.D. 100 to A.D. 400. 3. Cahokia was A) a significant Mississippian city with more than one hundred temple mounds.
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B) a Native American kingdom in Florida destroyed by Spanish invaders. C) the god-king of the Natchez peoples. D) a southwestern cliff-dwelling community. 4. On the eve of European colonization of the Americas, most Western Europeans lived in A) small, relatively isolated, rural communities. B) booming new cities and towns. C) the older cathedral cities. D) the castles that dotted the countryside. 5.
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