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As agricultural methods improved, vegetables became a more reliable and nutritious food source, leading most early Americans to abandon nomadic ways and settle to tend crops. Agricultural success facilitated the rise of civilizations, since with steady food supplies, people could broaden their focus from farming to trade to accumulating wealth. Food supply, however, was so keenly linked to a civilization’s success that the first large city-states of MesoAmerica and Mississippian culture later collapsed from lack of adequate food.
1). Scholars often refer to such culture areas by language group (such as Algonquian or Iroquoian). Bands that lived in environments not suited to agriculture followed a nomadic lifestyle typified by the Paiutes and Shoshones, who inhabited the Great Basin (now Nevada and Utah). Because finding sufficient food was difficult, hunter-gatherer bands were small, usually composed of one or more related families. Where large game was plentiful, as in present-day central and western Canada and the Great Plains, bands were somewhat larger.
The oldest nearly complete skeleton found in the United States, the remains became the subject of a major federal court case. At issue was the interpretation of the Native American Graves Protection and Repatriation Act (NAGPRA), adopted by Congress in 1990 to prevent the desecration of Indian gravesites and to provide for the return of bones and sacred objects to native peoples. ” Led by the Umatillas, area tribes prepared to reclaim and rebury the remains. But eight anthropologists ﬁled suit in federal court, contending that bones of such antiquity were unlikely to be linked to modern tribes and requesting access to them for scientiﬁc study.