Adena culture timeline

State Parks and Early Woodland Cultures - in.gov

Adena Culture: Native American culture that existed from 1000 to 200 BCE. This time is known the Early Woodland period. The Ad-ena culture was likely many interrelated Native American societies sharing a burial complex and ceremonial system. The name Adena is taken from the farm of a man named Thomas Worthington, who lived in Chillicothe, Ohio in the 19th century. The name Adena was …

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Understanding Timelines

On a half sheet of paper create a timeline that puts these dates in order. A)1776 CE- Declaration of Independence B)509 BCE- Roman Republic is established C)800 BCE- Adena culture begins in Ohio D)1492 CE- Columbus comes to the New World Exit Activity . 200B bce . liza±ions —r meline 1000 tooo ..3 BCE Timeline example The Birth of Jesus-on Year 2 BCE 1 BCE 1 CE . Created Date: 12/7/2017 4 ...

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American Indian Timeline - itsuandi.org

A Timeline of American Indian Cultures North America’s distinctive geographical regions – Eastern Woodlands, Great Plains, Desert Southwest and Pacific Northwest - created many unique Indian cultures in what would later become the United States of America. This time line will give a general view of important American Indian events from the Paleo Indian Era to the present day. 1. Paleo ...

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Timeline of World History - Artvalli - Home

Timeline of World History An Overview of Western Civilization and Beyond The following timelines of significant events in human history have been generously compiled ...

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Review Timeline - Period 2 - mrslongsclassinfo.weebly.com

AP World History Timeline – Period 2 (Organization and Reorganization of Human Societies) East Asia (China, Japan, Korea, Mongolia) Southeast Asia (Indonesia, Philippines, Vietnam, Malaysia) South Asia (India, Afghanistan, Nepal, Pakistan) Middle East / Southwest Asia (Mesopotamia, Iran, Iraq, Turkey) North & Central Asia 600 BCE BCE 200 0 200400 CE 400 CE 600 CE Europe Africa Americas ...

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State Parks and Early Woodland Cultures - in.gov

Adena Culture: Native American culture that existed from 1000 to 200 BCE. This time is known the Early Woodland period. The Ad-ena culture was likely many interrelated Native American societies sharing a burial complex and ceremonial system. The name Adena is taken from the farm of a man named Thomas Worthington, who lived in Chillicothe, Ohio in the 19th century. The name Adena was …

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The Anasazi

Describe and respond to questions about the pre-contact culture of Native American tribes. 4. Identify the characteristics of maps and demonstrate the ability to use maps to garner information. Timeline 40,000 - 10,000 B.C./B.C.E. Ice Age, Beringia Paleo-indian Period ...

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United States History: Timeline: Before 1600

1000 BC - Beginning of Adena culture – urban communities in Mexico 200 BC – 400 AD Hopewell culture – Ohio and Mississippi 650 - Bow and arrow and other crude tools, corn in Northwest

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Native American Tribes: The History And Culture Of The ...

Hopewell culture - ohio history central Excavated from Hopewell Mound Group, Ross County, Ohio ca. of the Middle Woodland period, a new Native American culture developed that spread a specific tribe; instead, the designation refers to an

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This topical INDEX Virtual Explorations of the Ancient ...

Virtual Explorations of the Ancient Ohio Valley” – now out of print. Names in red indicated video segments that help illuminate each defined term. Most of these videos are now included along the ancientohiotrail.org and on its YouTube channel. Adena The estate of Ohio Governor Thomas Worthington, overlooking Chillicothe, Ohio. The name was applied by archaeologists to the culture …

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