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A new "niche" was opened for animals about 10,000 years ago as some groups of humans began to settle into permanent settlements instead of living as nomads.Animals could live around these settlements and scavenge for food bits left around by people. 1150 - 1350 Large pueblos, cliff dwellings and towers are the rule. Red, orange and yellow pottery on the rise as black-on-white declines. D 1600 - present During the first part of this era the Spanish military, church and civil domination and rule of the pueblos drives the Pueblo religion underground. Pottery consists of corrugated gray and decorated black-on-white in addition to some decorated red and orange vessels.built the numerous communal dwellings, or pueblos, many now in ruins, on the high plateau of the southwestern United States.
The first primitive dogs were likely very similar to these scavenging village dogs.
The greater reliance on farming made it possible for the Basket Makers to begin a sedentary mode of life in villages.
Toward the end of the period the spear was replaced by the bow and arrow.
There is much evidence of trade and cultural interchange between the Mogollon and the Anasazi.6500 - 1200 B. The pre-Anasazi culture that moved into the Southwest after the big game hunters departed are called Archaic. They moved regularly and gathered wild plants in season.(early) 1200 B. They lived in simple shelters of perishable materials or in shallow caves or rock shelters.
500 - 750 Deep pithouses were developed, along with some above- ground rooms, surface storage pits and cists. Plain gray and some black-on-white pottery is made. Pottery includes corrugated gray, elaborate black-on-white, red and orange. 1350 - 1600 Typically, large pueblos are oriented on a central plaza. The number of Pueblos shrinks from the more than 100 observed in 1539 to 20.