The Anasazi or "ancient enemies" lived in
what is now the Four Corners region
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The Anasazi or Ancient Pueblo Indians of the American Southwest
A) built long houses out of wood
B) disappeared sometime in the 14th century, perhaps due to a long drought
C) were nomadic and followed game throughout their existence
D) traded extensively with Indian groups in the Great Lakes area
E) depended on fish as a major part of their diet
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