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10 May, 14:34

Kaya's mother prepared her for her Kachinvaki ceremony. This was the very first ceremony Kaya would ever attend, and she was a bit nervous. Her mother explained what would happen and that she would learn about the sacred kachinas. Still a bit apprehensive, Kaya walked forward to meet her sponsor. Kaya mostly likely belongs to which cultural group? A. the Algonquin B. the Cherokee C. the Pueblo D. the Makah

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  1. 10 May, 16:32
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    C. Pueblo

    Explanation:

    The kachinas were an important element of the Pueblo religion that are literally called 'bearers of life'. Kachinas can be represented by a person, but also by a spirit or an object. Since Kaya is going to learn about the sacred beings called kachinas, we can infer that she belongs to one of the several Pueblo cultures from the southwestern part of the United States in New Mexico.
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