Hogan. A one room Navajo home with the door facing east. Inlet. A narrow opening in a coastline. Livestock. Animals raised on farms and ranches for human use. Mission. A settlement set up by a religious group to teach religion and help local people. plantation.
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A one room Navajo home with the door facing east.
A narrow opening in a coastline.
Animals raised on farms and ranches for human use.
A settlement set up by a religious group to teach religion and help local people.
A large farm that produces crops to sell.
A Native American Festival
Something that people make or grow.
A combination of woodchips, water, and chemicals used to make paper.
A factory that separates crude oil into different groups of chemicals.
To plant new trees to replace the ones that have been cut down.
An area of land set aside by the US Government for Native Americans.
A liquid carrying water and food that circulates through a tree.
A grassy plain with few trees.
The same height as the surface of the ocean and the lowest point on land.
The grass, roots, and dirt that form the ground’s top layer.
A boat powered by a steam engine.
Animal fat used for making candles and soap.
The elevation on a mountain above which trees cannot grow.
Spanish word for cowboy
Land that is covered with water at times.