The Mogollon, the Anasazi, and the Hohokam. Adaptations and Alterations Made for Survival. The Mogollon ~1 a.d. – 1450 a.d . Mogollon Habitat. Mountain and desert dwellers Gila River Country Mimbres River San Francisco River. Mogollon Habitat. Mountain dwellers Desert dwellers.
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Adaptations and Alterations Made for Survival
Cliff dwellings or pueblos
Kiva built in center of plaza
Farmers: corn or maize, squash
Hunter-Gatherers: rabbit, deer, prairie dogs
The gourds used to store water would have looked something like this. Nps.gov
Can you imagine
using a stick to dig
a hole to plant a
seed in order to get
1. Carried water from source to village
2. Built homes in cliffs for protection from elements and enemies
3. Built homes facing south for heat in winter
What may have happened to them?
Hohokam adobe dwelling
Hohokam Adaptations and Alterations1. Moved from desert in summer to foothills, then back to desert in winter2. Built over 300 miles of canals to irrigate crops