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the woodland and mississippian indians were similar in that they both a) lacked a system of religion or belief in an afterlife. b) practiced agriculture and lived in settled, permanent villages. c) existed in the southeastern united states before the archaic period. d) were negatively impacted by hernando de soto's explorations throughout the southeast.

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tiamariemarshal

.both practiced agriculture and lived in settled, permanent villages.

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