Anasazi Indians

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In about the 1300's they started to leave their cliffdwellings to settle in smaller communities. Many historians think they abandonded their large villages because of droughts, and were unable to grow their food. They were primarily farmers living in small villages. They farmed beans, corn, squash, and other crops...
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They farmed beans, corn, squash, and other crops. They also hunted and wandered. They used their surplus of beans, corn, and squash to make clay. From the clay they made pipes to smoke, bowls to eat from, and pots for decoration. The Anasazis had a very organized community, with every person having a job...
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