1 Who were they?
2 Why were they there?
3 What were the consequences of interaction in this border zone for the various peoples?
4 When did this border contact/interaction occur?
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In an evident manner, borders often mark separations such as cultural, economic, social, and political. In addition, borders are sites of convergence where individuals and environments meet and connect. American-indians.net (2000) points out that there are continuities such as communities struggling to sustain themselves that are often...