Native Americans

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Native Americans
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2013-08-29 22:12:55
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Woodland, Paleo, Archaic, and Mississippian Indians
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  1. Dissapeared without a trace
    Mississipian
  2. Nomads who hunted large animals for food
    Paleo
  3. Built dome-shaped huts
    Woodland
  4. Raised corn, gourds, squash, and sunflowers
    Woodland
  5. Built ceremonial mounds for temples
    Mississippian
  6. Their artifacts have been uncovered in Ocmulgee River area.
    Paleo
  7. Made pottery for storing and cooking food
    Archaic
  8. Name for culture means "very old"
    Paleo
  9. Used deer antlers for chipping tools
    Archaic
  10. Were the first to save seeds for planting
    Archaic
  11. Time Period: 10,000BC-8000BC 
    Food Sources: Mammoths (larger animals)
    Weapons: Knives, Spears, Scrapers
    Shelter: No specific one. Were nomadic
    Paleo
  12. Time Period: 8,000BC-1,000BC 
    Food Sources: Deer, Bears, Turtle and Turkey
    Weapons: Spear Points, Fishing tools, atatla, and axes
    Shelters: Small oval pits and coverings to protect residents
    Archaic
  13. Time Period: 1,000BC-1,000AD
    Food Sources: Sunflowers, Squash, Beans, Corn
    Weapons: Bow and Arrow
    Shelter: Villages
    Woodland
  14. Time Period: 700AD-1,600
    Food Sources: Maize, tobacco, squash, beans
    Weapons: Bow and Arrow 
    Shelter: Settlemeants with hundreds of people in them. Around the central plaza.
    Mississipian Indians

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