what generalization can you make about the ways of life of native Americans who lived in tne southwest
they lived in the southwest
Cherokee Indian's were a group of Native Americans who lived in the American southwest.
because every native has it's own ways or the native has wet soil is good or bad dry soil
The native Americans lived in different areas of america
they lived in pueblos/adobes, grass and long houses, Navajo hogans.
The Maya Native Americans lived in Guatemala and in the Yucatan Peninsula.
which native america lived in plains
Irrigation if you're on Plato.
The seven areas that Native Americans lived in where the northwest coast, the California-intermountians, the Southwest, the Plateau, the Great Plains, the Eastern Woodlands, and the Southeast.
There are many groups of native Americans who lived in the Pacific coast. The native Americans who lived in the Pacific Coast were the Chetco, the Cayuse, the Bannock, the Atfalati, and the Therelsea.
The native Americans of the great plains lived in teepees, but not all native Americans did.
of course it is the southwest! i study it all the time
They are Utah, Colorado, Arizona, New Mexico
The correct is the Four Corners
There were three groups of Native Americans that lived in Delaware. These groups were the Unami, the Munsee, and the Unalachtigo.
the Native Americans of the woodlands lived in wigwams and longhouses.
what did most native americans believe about the land they lived on
1,2450 native americans