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Animal Diversity Week Six Notes (TEST UPLOAD)

by: Alivia Hunt

Animal Diversity Week Six Notes (TEST UPLOAD) BIOS 1000

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Animal Diversity
Patrick Hassett
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Date Created: 09/27/16
ANTHRO 2020 March 16, 2016 Early Woodlands (3000 – 1800 BP): Bridge-top mounds, small hamlets Sedentism- sedentary populations versus moving populations Small mounds located in the middle of a flood terrace Middle Woodland (1800 – 1300 BP) Hopewell Complex- name of a farmer who had a Hopewell mound on his farm (Morticai Hopewell)  There are enormous mounds, but in this tradition you re seeing very large mound centers, with walls and enclosed. There are a number of them in the Scioto Valley.  They seem to be places where people meet annually. Temporary leaders for each meeting  Find pits of blades without any wear one them  Animal bones, carvings that look like alligators, here in the Ohio Valley and Illinois Fort Ancient  Actually Late Woodland, but they were originally thought to be from the Middle Woodland  Mounds and pits throughout, pits were there to fill with water.  Argues that there would be a village in the middle of it. Newark Earthworks  Enormous site that stretches very far.  The great Newark road, is this roadway that heads off towards Chillicothe and continues all the way there. Maize  It really takes off in the Ohio Valley (1500-1200 years ago) Bow and Arrow  Using sticks and refining the point for easier hunting for smaller or larger animals  Late Woodland (1300 – 900 BP) Monks Mound  Socially complex people in north America Cahokia  Sports similar to lacrosse (found sticks and rocks shaped like balls)  Very elaborate culture Late Prehistoric (900BP – Contact): Biggest genocide that happened that we never talk about. ANTHRO 2020 March 16, 2016  Population becomes slim when a major drought occurs  Increase in violence  Maize begin to fail growing  East Coast tribes are pushed westward  Populations scatter or become really dense near watersides 


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