Chapter 3. Paleo-Indians : Earliest people we know of to have lived in Utah. Prehistoric : Before written records. Early People. Paleo -Indians. Hogan : An eight-sided Navajo dwelling. hogan.
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Paleo-Indians: Earliest people we know of to have lived in Utah.
Prehistoric: Before written records.
Hogan: An eight-sided Navajo dwelling.
Navajo: Lived in the southeastern corner of Utah with the San Juan River serving as a barrier.
Generalization: A statement that refers to a group of people instead of an individual.
Migration: Moving from one place to another.
Petroglyphs: Carvings on rock walls done by historic Indian tribes.
Wicki-ups: Made from brush and sticks.
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Ute Indians: These Native Americans lived in central Utah, they also lived in tepees.