A Culture History of North America. With a particular focus on the Paleoindian, Archaic, Woodland, and Mississippian periods of the Midwest and East. General Timeline. Paleoindian (18,000-10,000 B.P.) Archaic (10,000-3,000 B.P.) Woodland (3,000-1,000 B.P.)
With a particular focus on the Paleoindian, Archaic, Woodland, and Mississippian periods of the Midwest and East
View of the excavations where the Paleoindian materials were recovered.
Grooved Mastodon tusk
Reconstruction of Early Archaic camp
Mortar and pestle
The most famous of all such (effigy) mounds is the Great Serpent Mound in Adams County, 1,330 feet in length along its coils and averaging three feet in height.
Pendant with turtle
Flaked stone hoe
Etowah Mound and Statues, GA
Largest North American structure
The wood dates to approximately 1000 A.D. 272 burials were discovered in mound 72.
Burials without litters
Burials with litters
Female Burial Pit (53 between 15 and 30)
Duck River Cache, TN