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Title: Native Americans The Great Baisn Groups

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Subject: History
Author: Opal B
Date: December 19, 2015
Level: University
Grade: C
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Insects were an important food source, the highly nutritious bugs were eaten fresh while others were parched, roasted, dried, or ground into flour. In the East and West edges of the Great Basin waterfowl and fish were exploited in the rivers and lakes regions. Materials for bows and houses were constructed from trees and bushes...

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Materials for bows and houses were constructed from trees and bushes. Sometimes the natives used caves and rock shelters for homes but usually tried to make a wickiup for shade and a windbreak. They used stone for grinding implements, projectiles, and other useful tools. The Owens Valley Paiute, maximized trade with groups from all around the valley and therefore there was no need for warfare...

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