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Identify the three cultural regions of North America directly preceding colonization. Note one group for each area and describe its culture and the distinctive traits that defined the communities it created. Must be at least 250 words

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The major cultural regions of North America preceding colonization were The Southwest, The South, and The Northeast. These three regions had the largest populations and were also the first areas conquered by Europeans. One Native group in the Southwest was the Pueblo peoples whose community was characterized by a communal way of living with villagers practicing dry-farming that was predicated upon ...

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