Chapter One - ChapterOne:FocusQuestion 16:36

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Chapter One: Focus Question 16:36 1) Who were the migrants that peopled the Americas? 2) How did native cultures adapt to regions of North America? 3) How did the development of farming increase the complexity of native societies? 4) What was the nature of the Indian culture in the three major regions of European  invasion and settlement?
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Chapter One Vocabulary 16:36 1) Cahokia – An urban complex along the Mississippi that flourished from the 10 th to the 14 th century and by the mid 13 th century was populated by 30,000 people. 2) Aztecs – A warrior people who dominated the Valley of Mexico from 1100 to 1521. 3) Transoceanic Migrations – A population that migrates across the ocean. One example is when people from Siberia migrated across the Bering Strait to Alaska. 4) Beringia – The land bridge between Siberia and Alaska that was formed about 30,000 years ago during an ice age when glaciers locked up enough water to lower sea levels creating
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This note was uploaded on 10/10/2011 for the course PHIL 160 taught by Professor Coakley during the Spring '11 term at University of Arizona- Tucson.

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Chapter One - ChapterOne:FocusQuestion 16:36

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