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With few exceptions, Native American groups of North America-(Answered)

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With few exceptions, Native American groups of North America would be

most accurately described as

(A) living in dense but isolated pockets throughout the continent

(B) elaborately developed social groups in centrally organized nation-

states

(C) independent paternal-based social groups living in small semi-

nomadic populations

(D) sporadic with inconsistent development between tribes, lacking a

common linguistic base

(E) lacking dense population concentrations or highly developed social

life in the modern sense

 

Paper#9257097 | Written in 27-Jul-2016

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