Americas history

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  • Migration
  • Development
  • Mexico
  • Humans migrated up Asia following animals and crossed across Berginia. Once in the Americas they spread out and settled down.
  • Peru
  • The humans built huts and hunted the animals with their dogs. They began to catch and domesticate animals and food. They began to trade their resources with other tribes.
  • Civilization
  • People in Mexico domesticated turkeys and rabbits. They began to domesticate some plants like beans corn and squash.
  • Culture
  • People in Peru began to domesticate alpacas and guinea pigs. They also domesticated corn, beans, and squash.
  • Tribes began to grow as surpluses grew. Less people had to work on crops with surpluses and began to specialize in other work.
  • As villages grew the culture changed. Important people got stone houses while commoners got wood or mud houses.
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