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What part of the map identifies the location of the native culture regions? (use the image of tribal map on class website to answer)
a) the title b) key c) scale d) directional indicator
Which native culture region appears to have had the most land in Texas? (use the tribal map on class website)
a) Western Gulf b) Plains c) Southeastern d) Pueblo
Which native culture region is located furthest west in Texas? (use the tribal map on class website to answer)
a) Pueblo b) Tonkawa c) Apache d) Comanche
Which native culture region appears to have the smallest amount of land in Texas? (use the image of the tribal map on class website to answer)
a) Pueblo b) Apache c) Western Gulf d) Plains
Which native culture region borders the Gulf of Mexico?
a) Western Gulf b) Pueblo c) Comanche d) Jumano
The time before written record is referred to as?
a) artifacts b) precontact c) prehistory d) precivilization
What type of scientist studies artifacts?
a) paleontologist b) geographer c) archeologist d) anthropologist
The study of physical and human characteristics is called?
a) physical science b) anthropology c) paleontology d) geography
The land bridge that the earliest people to the Americas crossed is called the?
a) Bering Straight b) Land Mass of the Arctic c) The Royal Road d) The Bridge of EuroAsia
This type of brick is made with dry clay and mud.
a) tungston b) thatch c) adobe d) concrete
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