Comparing Pumice To The Pueblo Indians

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Similar, because they are farmers to the pueblo indians had their own way to living. They depended on their farming skills in order to sustain a more sedentary lifestyle. The Pueblo Indians developed a skill called Pumice. The object that was being used absorbs all water like a sponge and then releases it slowly as time goes by. This was a big help mainly because the land in which they lived on was very arid it also helped at times when the canyon walls blocked sunlight making it difficult to farm.

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