The Effects Of Migration On Native Americans

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The land that most people believe to be rightfully theirs, and theirs alone is an incorrect assumption. The land they live on was once home to many indigenous people and their descendants still live there to this day. The indigenous people consisted of the Corn People, the Olmeca, the Maya, the Tolteca, the Tarasco, who were also known as the Purepecha, and the Azteca. Each indigenous tribe had their own way of life with their own developments. Quite often the developments were very advanced for their time periods. The Corn People are known to be the first to migrate to what is called the Americas. Their migration is rumored to have started thirty thousand years ago. A necessary change had to be made in the Valley of Mexico when climate change

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