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US History. Chapter 1 – Section 3. Early Native Americans. Hohokam – present day Arizona Built irrigation tunnels and traded with coastal people (found pottery) Anasazi – lived in the Four Corners Pueblos – great stone dwellings Pueblo Bonito – massive apartment-like in NM

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Us history

US History

Chapter 1 – Section 3


Early native americans

Early Native Americans

  • Hohokam – present day Arizona

    • Built irrigation tunnels and traded with coastal people (found pottery)

  • Anasazi – lived in the Four Corners

    • Pueblos – great stone dwellings

    • Pueblo Bonito – massive apartment-like in NM

    • Mesa Verde – cliff dwelling in CO (shelter and protection)

    • Drought – long period without rain (reason for move)

  • Mound Builders – PA to MS Valley

    • Adena– hunter gatherers

    • Hopewell (built the Great Serpent Mound)

  • Cahokia – largest Mound Builders in IL

    • Monks Mound – largest building north of Mex.


Other native americans

Other Native Americans

  • North – around the Artic

    • Inuit – built igloos, wore sealskins, hunters and fishers

  • West – using the land

    • Tlinit, Haida, and Chinook (built wooden houses and canoes, fished for salmon)

    • Nez Perce and Yakima (between Rockies and Cascades, fished and hunted)

    • Pomo – Nomads that lived off the land (women gathered and made flour)

    • Ute and Shoshone – small temporary structures

  • Southwest – in the heat

    • Hopi, Acoma, and Zuni – settled and farmed

      • Adobe – sundried mud brick

    • Apache and Navajo – hunters and gatherers

      • Hogans – square houses


Natives continued

Natives Continued

  • Plains – largely nomadic

    • Tepee – cone-shaped skin tents

    • Comanche and Dakota – became skilled riders of Spanish horses

  • Southeast – our backyard

    • Iroquois and Cherokee

      • Federations – governments linked by different groups

      • Iroquois women had positions of power (chose leaders)

    • Five Iroquois Groups – (League or Confederacy)

      • Onondaga

      • Seneca

      • Mohawk

      • Oneida

      • Cayuga


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