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    North american cultures  moundbuilders 2 hopewell North american cultures moundbuilders 2 hopewell Presentation Transcript

    • Native North American Cultures
    • Native Americans Nation = Tribe Native American = Indian
    • Cultures of the Americas
      • Adena
      • Hopewell
      • Mississippian
      • Anasazi
      • Pueblo
        • Hopi
        • Zuni
      • Plains
        • Mandan
        • Sioux
    • BEGIN SECTION #2
    • THE HAVANA HOPEWELL CULTURE 200 BCE to 400 CE
      • Hopewellian people
        • Inhabited:
        • Illinois River Valley
        • Mississippi River Valley
        • Iowa
        • Illinois
        • Missouri
      THE HAVANA HOPEWELL CULTURE
      • Ancestral to:
      • Mississippian culture
      • Cahokia (and its hinterlands)
      THE HAVANA HOPEWELL CULTURE
      • Southern Wisconsin
      • Minnesota
      • Northeast Iowa
      • Illinois
      • Northwest Indiana
      • Southwest Michigan
      HAVANA HOPEWELL SITES
    • HOPEWELL CULTURE
    • THE HOPEWELL ART CULTURE Raven-Eagle-Hawk-Falcon motifs echo very closely the motifs from Egypt & the Incan Empire
      • 300 BCE
      • Began in Ohio & Illinois River Valleys
        • More a system of interaction among a variety of societies than a single society or culture
      THE HOPEWELL EXCHANGE SYSTEM
        • Extensive Trade Networks:
        • obsidian
          • Yellowstone area
        • Copper
          • Lake Superior
        • Shells
          • Gulf Coast
      THE HOPEWELL EXCHANGE SYSTEM