Talk:Prehistoric Southwestern Cultural Divisions

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Name change?[edit]

Now that this article has been broken out, there are many other topics to consider -- warfare, trade, archaeology, etc. Once expanded, how 'bout "Pre-historic Southwestern Cultures". Opinions? WBardwin 17:39, 29 June 2007 (UTC)

Need outline here -- Subsistance (hunting/gathering, agriculture, plant resources, irrigation), Material culture (pottery, architecture, religion/art, trade), Social culture (trade again, warfare, social/political organization), as well as archaeological findings on culturally distinct peoples and prehistory. Even a history of archaeological activity could go here. Ideas welcome. WBardwin 07:52, 12 July 2007 (UTC)