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    I am going to categorize a group of places that had similar reasons of failure instead of success. These places include: Polynesians of Pitcairn Island, Anasazi, and Maya. They all collapsed due to either environmental damage, climate change, loss of trade partners, or hostile neighbors. The Polynesians were lacking high-quality stone and the other islands around didn’t have enough stone to support a large

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    The Zuni Indians

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    inhabitants of that area of America. The name Mogollon comes from the Mogollon mountain range named by the first Spanish explorers in the early 1500’s such as Coronado. There is also a good possibility that they may be able to trace their existence to the Anasazi culture from around the same time as the Mogollon peoples as well. Coronado was very impressed with the advancement of Zuni culture and villages so much that he called them “Seven Cities of Cibola” and firmly believed that their streets were

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    How Did The Environment Affect The Native American Indians With Particular Reference To The Woodland Indians? The environment hugely affected the Native American Indians in many different ways. This is because of the way in which the Indians used the environment and the surrounding land. The Indians were very close to nature, and so that meant that any changes in nature would be changes in the Indians. Land The Indians thought of land very differently to the white man. The land was sacred

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    Native Americans

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    tribe. It sets the standard of how the group is supposed to live. In order to look more closely at the Kachina, we will look at the history of the Hopi Indian. In the book, The Art of Hopi Carvers, we are told that the Hopi's main ancestors were the Anasazi, a group of people who at about the time of Christ came to depend on agriculture. They were loc... ... middle of paper ... ...re many collectors of these items. A Hopi kachina doll can go easily for $1000 to start. The reason that these go for

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    sun in the summer. About fifty medicine wheels have been discovered, several are thousands of years. Many of them have the same alignment as the Bighorn Medicine Wheel. In Chaco Canyon, New Mexico two spirals carved into the rock by the prehistoric Anasazi can be used as a calendar. A dagger of light penetrates the shadow of adjacent rocks. The dagger moves with the sun to different locations on the spiral.the full pattern also reflects the 18.6 year cycle of the moon as well as the yearly cycle of

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    Never going to happen

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    This paper explores on five articles of violence that study different aspect of aggression. Articles may differ from each other, but all of them give similar result. Wayman (2012) suggest a fission-fusion social system would start aggression. Others studies give similar result from social system and others results. The articles show that human’s violence would not be a peaceful world. Slave trade was common, and was before acceptable in society. It was the people who need used for slave caused many

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    Europeans arrived in America they took it home with them and it spread around the world. Domesticated over the centuries, maize nourished the civilizations that became the mighty empires of the early Americas, including the Mayans, Incas, Aztecs and Anasazi. Treasured

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    Bryan Bartlett's Life and Accomplishments

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    “Individual Records: Passing.” NFL.com. NFL, 2007. Web. 13 Mar. 2014. "NFL Career Leaders." Pro-Football-Reference.com. Pro Football Reference, n.d. Web. 12 Mar. 2014. "NFL Legend Bart Starr to Receive 2007 Turn for Peace Award." Anasazi.org. ANASAZI Foundation, n.d. Web. 12 Mar. 2014. "Quarterback." Dictionary.com. Dictionary.com, n.d. Web. 09 Mar. 2014. "Records & History." Packers.com. The Green Bay Packers, 22 Aug. 2013. Web. 12 Mar. 2014. Winters, Kelly. "Starr, Bart." Encyclopedia.com

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    this land, features such as sculptured rock spires, arches, canyons, grabens, and potholes can be seen. The varying names hint at the diversity of the land as a whole. As said by The National Park Service’s Geology Resources Division, “Traces of the Anasazi can be found in almost every canyon in the Needles. Many of their stone and mud dwellings and storehouses are remarkably well-preserved. Tower Ruins, built high on a cliff ledge in a side canyon of Horse Canyon, is an outstanding ex... ... middle

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    Ancient Solar Architecture

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    Ancient Solar Architecture Passive solar design and architecture may seem like a distant dream in our fast paced modern world, but in reality it’s more of a modern revival of a style of energy efficient building that has been around for millennia. What once seemed to be common sense ideas for designing a house that could both keep you cool in the summer and warm in the winter has somehow been forgotten since we started to overuse the planet’s resources on our own comforts. When heating a house

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