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What civilization relied heavily on hunting and fishing to gather food? A. Iroquois B. Anasazi C. Quakers D. Algonquian
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User: What civilization relied heavily on hunting and fishing to gather food? A. Iroquois B. Anasazi C. Quakers D. Algonquian

Weegy: Algonquian relied heavily on hunting and fishing to gather food.
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User: Why did the Dutch settle in New Netherlands? A. They wanted to get rich from the fur trade. B. They were seeking religious freedom. C. They were looking for gold. D. They wanted to expand their empire

Weegy: They wanted to get rich from the fur trade- is the reason the Dutch settle in New Netherlands.
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