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What we studied so far!. The World before the Opening of the Atlantic. Timeline. Ice Age ended-8000 BC 30,000 -10,000 BC- Paleo –Indians migrate to the Americas 1200 BC Olmec begin their civilization in Mesoamerica Ghana 1000 AD Kingdom of Mali -1300 AD Songhai Empire-1300 AD.

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What we studied so far

What we studied so far!

The World before the Opening of the Atlantic


Timeline

Timeline

  • Ice Age ended-8000 BC

  • 30,000 -10,000 BC-Paleo –Indians migrate to the Americas

  • 1200 BC Olmec begin their civilization in Mesoamerica

  • Ghana 1000 AD

  • Kingdom of Mali -1300 AD

  • Songhai Empire-1300 AD


Anasazi 1500 bc

Anasazi 1500 BC

  • They lived in cliff dwellings to protect themselves against their enemies.

  • They lived in the four corners of America.

  • They built pueblos out of adobe

  • They built kivas which were underground ceremonial chambers.

  • They were skilled basket makers

  • They grew maize, beans, and squash


Hopewell after 1000 bc

Hopewell after 1000 BC

  • They lived along the Mississippi, Ohio, and lower Missouri river valleys.

  • They had a large population with agriculture and trade.

  • They declined by 700 AD.


Inuit and aleut

Inuit and Aleut

  • They lived in the Artic

  • They lived in igloos


Iroquois

Iroquois

  • They established a league that included the Cayuga, Mohawk, Oneida, Onondaga, and Seneca Indians. Their goal was to strengthen the alliance against invasion.

  • They lived in the present day New York area.

  • Women were the heads of the tribe.

  • They lived in longhouses.


Shared beliefs

Shared Beliefs


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