United States History Question of the Day

©Greg Feldmeth 2013

Eastern Woodlands Indians

Eastern Woodlands Indians lived in the area
south and east of the Great Lakes
(Image Source: National Museum of the American Indian)

Question 13142:

The American Indians living between the Mississippi River and the Atlantic Ocean

A) followed buffalo herds in a nomadic lifestyle
B) were dependent on oak tree acorns for their diet
C) built residences in cliffs and aqueducts to bring water to crops
D) hunted game, farmed, and lived in wigwams and longhouses
E) consistently lived in peaceful relations with neighboring tribes

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