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To Next Slide Unit 5 Chapter 10 Lesson 2 The Southwest Long Ago 20 Questions!
To Next Slide Sun-dried clay bricks. Adobe
To Next Slide Why did the Pueblos use stone or adobe to build their villages? Because few trees grew in the areas dry climate.
To Next Slide Mission A settlement started by Catholic priests where they taught Native Americans about Christianity.
To Next Slide Why was Santa Fe built? It was built to be the capital of Spanish New Mexico.
To Next Slide A group of people who have many things in common. Society
To Next Slide Why did people in Texas decide to break away from Mexico? They did not like the new Mexican laws.
To Next Slide Why did so many people settle in Oklahoma at the same time? Land was given away to anyone willing to live on it for five years.
To Next Slide Land set aside by the government for use by Indians. Reservation
To Next Slide How do Indians keep their ancient arts and customs alive? They make traditional goods; their children learn Indian languages in school
To Next Slide 100 years Century
To Next Slide 10 years Decade
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“The People of the Desert”
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Chapter 11 Lesson 2 Test –Friday, April 30, 2010.
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The Texas Revolution Do we have expectations of modern day immigrants? What are those expectations?
Mexican History & Culture
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Mexico History and Culture. Early Cultures The first people came to Mexico thousands of years ago. As early as 5,000 years ago, they began growing beans,
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