AP U.S. History Exam 2.3. How were the societies in the Northwest similar to those in parts of California?
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similar to those in parts of California?
And here are your potential answers. [image of map of The U.S]
[ mumbles ]
Native American societies in North America lived
their lives according to the rules of the lands they settled on. [a tribal man and woman arguing about the land]
At least until the Europeans came and shook things up.
So let's see which answer best describes
how tribes in the West were different from the rest.
Were societies in the Northwest
similar to those in parts of California because A - [a tribal man looking at a house made of teepee]
their homes were mobile so they could follow herds of animals?
Well, actually, the most mobile societies were nomadic tribes
in the Plains region. So that gets rid of A.
Were societies along the West coast similar because C - [a man lost in a corn field]
their economies depended on maize that spread from Mexico?
No, corn. That a-maize-ing stuff.
Well, hmm. Maize from Mexico played a
big role for Southwestern tribes
who built their homes in the sides of the cliffs and mountains. [two tribal women having a conversation]
So that's puebl-y not C or D.
Get that? Pueblo? That's a bad joke. Sorry.
Get rid of that thing.
All right. Which means societies in the Northwest
were similar to those in parts of California because B - [a tribal man hunting for potatoes]
they survived on a mix of hunting and gathering.
California covers a bunch of land from North to South,
which means it probably has more in common with the Northwest
than New Mexico and Arizona.
And unlike farmers in the Southwest,
Northwestern tribes survived on a mix of [image of men carrying potatoes]
hunting and gathering. So B is the right answer.
And for societies in that part of North America,
nuts and berries were all the for-rage.
Forage? Boy, we really stretched on that one. [an old man on the street checking something]
[ laughter ]