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32 However, an important transition had been fully realized. Food was now moved to and among people. Upon this foundation a new and stratified-as opposed to ranked-social order was raised. Mexico's regionally distinct village farming traditions formed the weft threads in the emergent tapestry of state and empire. The warps were provided by commerce and conquest. Both were driven, in slightly different ways, by the shuttle of population growth. In more prosaic terms, we may see two pathways, or routes, to stateand empirehood: one through conquest, which emerged in environmentally circumscribed areas; the other through the pull of market centers in areas with uneven distribution of important natural resources.
If Quimby is right, some of the earliest inhabitants of the Eastern Woodlands followed a pancontinental coniferous zone into the Northeastern forests and worked their way southward. 46 Quimby's forest-adapted immigrants may well have settled the Northeast, but it seems equally reasonable to suppose that lands to the south may have been settled from the plains. T. M. N. Lewis, for example, noted a correlation between fluted-point occurrences in the Southeast and the distribution of relic prairies.
Mexico was occupied by village-dwelling farming folkY The prevailing pattern of settlement was small, autonomous farming communities, each dependent upon locally available resources. The inhabitants of such communities presumably had equal access to the means of production, and the exploitative tasks performed in one community were similar in type and scheduling to the tasks performed in every other. At any rate, the tools and strategies for procuring and processing locally available raw materi23 Richard A.