Question 1(2 points)
The Anasazi were renowned for their beautiful pottery.
Question 2(2 points)
The Hohokam cultured featured extensive use of irrigation.
Question 3(2 points)
The Mogollon civilization made no pottery but instead used nets and baskets to carry food and other goods.
Question 4(2 points)
The ‘big house” in the Casa Grande area is an excellent example of public architecture by the Hohokam people.
Question 5(2 points)
The Native Americans’ use of the horse and small pox are both examples of the Columbian Exchange.
Question 6(2 points)
Athapaskan hunters and gatherers made extensive use of mules and horses as they migrated from Northern Canada to the Southwest.
Question 7(2 points)
The Hopis and Pimas readily adapted to mission life because of the efforts of the Jesuit missionary Eusebio Francisco Kino.
Question 8(2 points)
Tubac was exemplary of most towns in the Northern Spanish Frontier in that its inhabitants were a mixture of races and cultures.
Question 9(2 points)
Marcos Farfan de los Godos expedition into the Verde valley led to heavy Spanish settlement throughout that region.
Question 10(2 points)
The Archaic period is defined as the time from the disappearance of the mammoth hunters to the beginning of pottery making societies.