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Life in America was rough. They ate potatoes and corn. They traded food and animals such as pigs
Life in amaraca was rough. All the had to eat was corn and patatos
in 1941 the american surivied on clams, scwosh, beans, and the animals where hunted for there met and for there fur. once they found out that the ocean had all kinds of fish so they stared fishinng and
Before Columbus people in America ate turkey, fish, corn, potatoes, beans, squash and clams. In Europe people ate corn, potatoes,
The Americas were very, very different from Europe before the Colonization. The three main differences were food, clothing, and housing. Foods that were exclusive to the Americas included corn, potatoes, and turkey. These were not rare commodities in ancient America.
The foods that I could see that were most popular from the video were Corn, potatoes, milk, butter, grapes, apples, rice, lots of different kinds of fish, meats, tomatoes, the pumpkin family, oats, wheat, honey, sugar, cheese and lots of farming in general.
Before Columbus Food
Foods like corn and potatoes were some of the first domesticated vegetables. The fish, there was fish in every river and every lake. The buffalo romed the land a larg food source that seemed it would never run out. But like the trees the buffalo fell
Foods like corn and potatoes were some of the first domesticated vegetables.
Foods like corn and potatoes were some of the first domesticated vegetables
life was like the food they was bread and potatoes wheat fsh corn
Life in the Americas in 1941.It was good for thrm because they had alot of land for farming.They had 10x the size of eroupe
America in 19-49 was different the it is now there were no horses , cows and chickens people were native to amacra and
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