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29 March, 10:59

How did the geography and climate of the Plains affect Native Americans there?

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  1. 29 March, 11:24
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    The geography and climate of the Plains affects farming and water supply of Native Americans

    Explanation:

    The plains had marshes, forests, range lands and it had a highly diverse climate. Normally plains were very scarcely populated with a family group living in a particular landscape. Missouri river was present and hence people started living there in groups.

    Climate change affected the tribal community and they faced great challenges. As precipitation and temperature they faced crisis in water supplies. Agriculture also was dependent on the rain and precipitation. If it was wet the sowing of seeds was delayed and excess rainfall drained the nutrient off.
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