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Chapter 6, Lesson 1: A Desert Homeland (pp. 98-101)

I. Living Close to the Earth

II. Borrowing from Others

    A. The Navajo learned from another group of Indians how to grow corn, beans, and squash near streams.

    B. The Navajo learned from neighboring Indians how to weave cotton. They also wove wool into blankets and clothing.

    C. The Navajo learned how to raise livestock, such as sheep, horses, and goats.

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