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22.What environmental factor shaped the cultures of the Archaic peoples of the Eastern Woodland?A)B)ForestsC)D)Page 5
23.Early Woodland Indians obtained food by24.How did the diet and culture of Woodland peoples change around 4000 B.P.?25.Why did nomadic peoples shun the use of pottery?26.How did agriculture change Archaic cultures?A)It encouraged the gradual establishment of permanent settlements.B)C)D)27.Why did Archaic cultures in the Southwest adopt agriculture?Page 6
28.When did corn become a food crop for southwestern cultures?29.Ancient southwestern Indians became experts in the conservation of30.What feature characterized the settlements of the Mogollon culture?A)B)C)D)Pit houses31.Why did Hohokam settlements utilize irrigation canals?32.Multistory cliff dwellings and pueblos are residential structures associated with thePage 7
33.The Anasazi culture disappeared due to34.Burial mounds and chiefdoms are associated with which ancient Americans?A)B)Woodland peoplesC)D)35.Why do archaeologists believe that the first ancient Woodland mound builders were organized into chiefdoms?36.What does analysis of artifacts in burial mounds reveal about the Hopewell chiefdom?Page 8