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Alabama Indian Tour (4 5)

Southeastern Indian Place Names in Alabama Alabama‐ a river, and the name of our state. Derived from the Choctaw words alba amo, which mean “those who clear the land.” Atalla‐ a city in Etowah County. Derived from the Cherokee word otali, which means “mountain.” Autauga‐ a county in central Alabama.

November 13th,2019

Cultural History of Georgia: Paleoindian Period (12000 ...

The Mississippian period has been divided by researchers into Early, Middle, and Late subperiods, based on pottery expressions such as type and vessel form. Diagnostic pottery designs included complicated stamped, check stamped, incised, and burnished varieties (Woodstock, Savannah, Etowah, Lamar), and tempering agents were often

November 13th,2019

Unit 2: Georgia Geography and the Prehistoric Period

Indian Development Paleo Archaic Woodland Mississippian Weapon Advancements Large Game Small Game Agriculture Food Storage Hernando de Soto European Contact Shelter Religion Artifacts Evaluate the development of Native American cultures in Georgia. Evaluate: to make a judgment as to the worth or value of something Griffith-GA Studies

November 13th,2019

HISTORICAL INDIANS OF INDIANA (For Younger Readers)

HISTORICAL INDIANS OF INDIANA (For Younger Readers) *Information about the historical Native Americans living in the area now called Indiana begins with 17th century records and documents kept by such groups as the Jesuits, missionaries, French explorers, traders, soldiers, and administrators.

November 13th,2019

GEORGIA VIRTUAL FIELD TRIP SERIES PAGE 1 VFT INDIAN …

The Indian Mounds virtual field trip provides students with an in-depth look at the cultural and . technological advancements of the four prehistoric Native American groups found in Georgia. This virtual field trip specifically focuses on the Woodland and Mississippian Indians; however,

November 13th,2019

Moundbuilders Background Information Sheet

Mississippian The Mississippian period is the peak of Moundbuilder culture. From 500 A.D. until European contact in the 1540’s, they were the dominant Native American culture along the Ohio and Mississippi Rivers and across the southern United States to the Atlantic coast. They are believed to be the first to cultivate maize in this area.

November 13th,2019

Alabama Indian Tour (4 5)

Southeastern Indian Place Names in Alabama Alabama‐ a river, and the name of our state. Derived from the Choctaw words alba amo, which mean “those who clear the land.” Atalla‐ a city in Etowah County. Derived from the Cherokee word otali, which means “mountain.” Autauga‐ a county in central Alabama.

November 13th,2019

Chapter 1: A Continent of Villages, to 1500

Chapter 1: A Continent of Villages, to 1500 Chapter Review I. AMERICAN COMMUNITIES Cahokia: Thirteenth-Century Life on the Mississippi Between the tenth and fourteenth centuries, Cahokia was an urban, cluster of 20,000 or 30,000 people; a complex agricultural society …