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The word "Anasazi" originated from the Navajo word that translates to "ancestral enemies." The name was changed from Anasazi to Ancestral Puebloans so that their ancestors today do not take offense to the history of the people in their past. The Anasazi were known to be a nomadic people. They generally moved around until they found the perfect land for farming. This perfect land happened to be scattered across the southwest portion of the United States, mostly in the Four-Corner region of Arizona, Colorado, Utah and New Mexico (SWIRC, 2001).
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Information was found on geography, history, and economy of Idaho. I hope this helps you learn about Idaho. Work Cited “Infoplease Article” Idaho Fact Monster© 2000-2013 Pearson Education, publishing as fact monster 21 Mar. 2014 Wells,Merle. “Idaho” The New Book of Knowledge Grolier Online Kummer, Patricia.
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More than any other man, Daniel Boone was responsible for the exploration and settlement of Kentucky. His grandfather came from England to America in 1717. His father was a weaver and blacksmith, and he raised livestock in the country near Reading, Pennsylvania. Daniel was born there on November 2, 1734. If Daniel Boone was destined to become a man of the wild, an explorer of unmapped spaces, his boyhood was the perfect preparation.
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They are one of the most famous and prominent Plains tribes, too. At first, this tribe moved from the Great Lakes region to the North Dakota area. This happened in the 1600-1700s. Also at this time, the Cheyenne were a sedentary tribe who relied on agriculture and pottery. Though, in the 1800s, they decided to abandon this lifestyle and become nomadic and move to South Dakota (Black Hills), Wyoming, and Colorado areas.
The growth of Colorado has been improved and is flourishing through map development and the pathways that have naturally been formed in its environment. The sections have brought in ... ... middle of paper ... ...11). They were cliff dwellers and built adobe homes, hunted, grew crops, formed villages and learned to make pottery mostly in the Mesa Verde region from around 1050. They are essential to history as they are some of the first developers of the great cliff dwellings as well as the land amongst Colorado, New Mexico, Utah, and Arizona. They left Colorado, thanks mainly to drought and war.
From water rights to football games, the infamous “Border War” has raged for over a century and will not likely cease in the near future. Long before interstates, college sports teams and cross-country travelers divided and merged the two states of Wyoming and Colorado, a natural border acted as a divider between the two. Near Carr, Colorado any traveler venturing down Interstate 25 drives directly through Natural Fort. A very interesting and large rock formation, Natural Fort once acted as a rest stop for travelers between Colorado and Wyoming. As cities in both states grew closer to one another it was closed, however, it still acts as a natural border between the two states.