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Hakataya Tradition


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A general term referring to a series of regionally distinct Archaic Stage cultures living around the Colorado River basin in southwestern North America in the period after c.ad 500. Sometimes known as the Patayan Tradition, these groups adopted agriculture and pottery‐making from the Hohokam Culture of Arizona.

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