Cuba Map

History for Cuba Map
By 1000 c.e. sophisticated farming societies like the Cuba Map Anasazi, Hohokam, and Mogollon have developed in what is now Arizona and New Mexico, utilizing Cuba Map such methods as irrigation canals to practice intensive agricultural cultivation with maize (corn) as their primary crop. By the thirteenth century, however, these pueblo cultures have been affected by both climatological and social change. The environment has become more difficult for agriculture, and warfare between various groups contributes to the fragmented and smaller-scale cultures that will be encountered by the Spaniards in the sixteenth century.

In Florida, the Apalachee (the southernmost of the Eastern Woodlands peoples) are the largest native tribe, occupying what is now the Western Panhandle of Florida. For the most part, smaller, more dispersed, and nomadic groups such as the Caloosa and Timucua occupy the Florida peninsula. 1469 King Ferdinand and Queen Isabella are married, uniting the two largest Catholic kingdoms on the Iberian Peninsula, thus paving the way for the creation of the nation-state of Spain. The final stages of the Reconquista the expulsion of the Moors (North African Muslims who had occupied Iberia since the eighth century) commences with their marriage.

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