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HIS147 quiz 1

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Quiz  1

Question 1(2 points)

Question 1 unsavedThe Anasazi were renowned for their beautiful pottery.

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Question 2(2 points)

Question 2 unsavedThe Hohokam cultured featured extensive use of irrigation.

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Question 3(2 points)

Question 3 unsavedThe Mogollon civilization made no pottery but instead used nets and baskets to carry food and other goods.

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Question 4(2 points)

Question 4 unsavedThe ‘big house” in the Casa Grande area is an excellent example of public architecture by the Hohokam people.

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Question 5(2 points)

Question 5 unsavedThe Native Americans’ use of the horse and small pox are both examples of the Columbian Exchange.

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Question 6(2 points)

Question 6 unsavedAthapaskan hunters and gatherers made extensive use of mules and horses as they migrated from Northern Canada to the Southwest.

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Question 7(2 points)

Question 7 unsavedThe Hopis and Pimas readily adapted to mission life because of the efforts of the Jesuit missionary Eusebio Francisco Kino.

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Question 8(2 points)

Question 8 unsavedTubac was exemplary of most towns in the Northern Spanish Frontier in that its inhabitants were a mixture of races and cultures.

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Question 9(2 points)

Question 9 unsavedMarcos Farfan de los Godos expedition into the Verde valley led to heavy Spanish settlement throughout that region.

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Question 10(2 points)

Question 10 unsavedThe Archaic period is defined as the time from the disappearance of the mammoth hunters to the beginning of pottery making societies.

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