The people of the Huatabampo tradition were sedentary horticulturalists growing maize and beans who supplemented their diet with hunting and fishing, especially of shellfish. Their main technologies were ceramics, shell working, and flaked and ground stone tools. They lived along the coastal and desert regions of southern Sonora and northern Sinaloa of northwestern Mexico from 1800 BP - 500 BP.
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Middle America and the Caribbean --Northern Mexico
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