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At this period, two distinct traditions in North America are known: the Paleo-Indian
big-game hunters of the West, the Great Plains, and eastern North America; and
the Desert culture peoples of the western Basin-Range region. Paleo-Indian ...
The Comanche separated from the Eastern Shoshoni in late prehistoric times,
moved southward through the Rocky Mountains, and became Plains Indians
culturally. Southern Numic languages are Kawaiisu, spoken by the Kawaiisu
band of ...
Physical and human geography THE LAND Arabia may be described as a vast
plateau, edged with deeply dissected escarpments on three sides and sloping
gently northeastward from the Red Sea to the eastern lowlands adjoining the ...
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