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Paleo. Woodland. Indians of Georgia. Mississippian. By Jorge Luis Moretti Gonzales Orbegoso. Archaic. Paleo. Where the earliest known culture. Was named the Paleolithic or Old Stone Age because the tools & weapons were made of stone.

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Indians of georgia

Paleo

Woodland

Indians of Georgia

Mississippian

By Jorge Luis Moretti Gonzales Orbegoso

Archaic


Paleo

Paleo

  • Where the earliest known culture.

  • Was named the Paleolithic or Old Stone Age because the tools & weapons were made of stone.

  • They created a tool called the atlatl – a smooth stone sling.

  • The atlatl was used for a long time after they’re generations.


Archaic

Early

Middle

Archaic

Late


Early

Early

  • Lived from 8000 B.C – 5000B.C

  • They started off hunting giant animals then ended up hunting smaller animals.

  • Because they started hunting smaller animals, they created smaller weapons.


Middle

Middle

  • Lived from 5000 B.C – 4000 B.C

  • Because this was after the ice age, the climate was warmer and dryer.

  • Also the water receded which allowed them to invent fishing.

  • In addition because of this they didn’t move around as much.


Indians of georgia

Late

  • Lived from 4000 B.C – 1000 B.C

  • This people started creating permeate settlements.

  • The also created two things a grooved axe to clear trees an bushes, & they created a clay container for storing cooking and to serve food


Woodland

Woodland

  • Lived from 1000 B.C – 1000 A.D

  • These nomadic herders began to form tribes at this time.

  • Also they were creators of religions, the bow & arrow, and farming.

  • In addition to religion they created large cone shaped burial mounds for the dead.


Mississippian

Mississippian

  • Lived from 700 A.D – 1600 A.D

  • They got their name because they were located at the Mississippi river.


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