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until 700 A.D.

mounds - at center of Adena and Hopewell communities stood small earthen mounds to inter the dead; chiefs and priests buried within mounds with important personal possessions like ceremonial axes and pipes and common people buried around mounds' periphery; Great Serpent Mound in Ohio is largest

Mississipian Indians (mound builders)

constructed much larger mounds than Adena and Hopewell and there were elaborate temples on top of mounds where priests lived and at Cahokia, Illinois, there were eighty-five large temple mounds, the biggest larger than the great pyramids constructed by ancient Egyptian Pharaohs

survival by location

Pacific Northwest Indians (Nez Perce) relied on salmon fishing

Great Plains Indians (Comanche) hunted wild animals

Desert Southwest Indians (Navaho) farmed the land through use of irrigation because arid climate created scarcity of animal life which limited hunting

New England/Mid-Atlantic Indians (Iroquois) relied on hunting, fishing, gathering due to the cold, harsh climate and short growing season

Southeastern Indians (Cherokee) were agricultural because of the warm climate, long growing season, rich and thick topsoil conducive to farming

Gulf Coast/Florida Indians (Seminole) were fishers because the sea offered a bountiful harvest

//Texas for oil, etc...


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until 700 A.D.

mounds - at center of Adena and Hopewell communities stood small earthen mounds to inter the dead; chiefs and priests buried within mounds with important personal possessions like ceremonial axes and pipes and common people buried around mounds' periphery; Great Serpent Mound in Ohio is largest

Mississipian Indians (mound builders)

constructed much larger mounds than Adena and Hopewell and there were elaborate temples on top of mounds where priests lived and at Cahokia, Illinois, there were eighty-five large temple mounds, the biggest larger than the great pyramids constructed by ancient Egyptian Pharaohs

survival by location

Pacific Northwest Indians (Nez Perce) relied on salmon fishing

Great Plains Indians (Comanche) hunted wild animals

Desert Southwest Indians (Navaho) farmed the land through use of irrigation because arid climate created scarcity of animal life which limited hunting

New England/Mid-Atlantic Indians (Iroquois) relied on hunting, fishing, gathering due to the cold, harsh climate and short growing season

Southeastern Indians (Cherokee) were agricultural because of the warm climate, long growing season, rich and thick topsoil conducive to farming

Gulf Coast/Florida Indians (Seminole) were fishers because the sea offered a bountiful harvest

//Texas for oil, etc...


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