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Slides to accompany Ch 9, The Americas: A separate World, in World History: Patterns of Interaction by McDougal Littell.

Slides to accompany Ch 9, The Americas: A separate World, in World History: Patterns of Interaction by McDougal Littell.

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  • The Americas 40,000 BCE — 700 CE Chapter 9
  • 1. Explain how the first inhabitants migrated to the Americas, and describe what early American cultures were like 2. Compare and contrast the Olmec and Zapotec, and evaluate the contributions they made to later civilizations 3. Describe the first people of the Andes, focusing on the rise of the Nazca and Moche civilizations
  • last Ice Age 110,000 years ago — 9000 BCE
  • last Ice Age 40,000 — 10,000 BCE 110,000 years ago — 9000 BCE
  • Olmec, 900 BCE Chavin, 900 BCE
  • Zapotec, 500 BCE
  • Nazca, 200 BCE
  • Moche, 100 CE
  • The Earliest Americans
  • Hunters and Gatherers
  • Hunters and Gatherers
  • Hunters and Gatherers
  • Hunters and Gatherers
  • Hunters and Gatherers
  • Hunters and Gatherers
  • Hunters and Gatherers
  • Early Mesoamerican Civilizations
  • Olmec 1200 — 400 BCE
  • San Lorenzo, La Venta, 1150 BCE 900 BCE
  • Jade
  • Zapotec 500 BCE — Monte Alban present
  • Funerary urn Bat God or jaguar
  • Compare and contrast the Olmec Zapotec
  • How do the factors of government, geography, migration, and culture contribute to creating a Classical civilization?
  • Early Civilizations of the Andes
  • Chavin No writing, but 900 — 200 BCE advanced metallurgy
  • Chavin No writing, but 900 — 200 BCE advanced metallurgy
  • Chavin No writing, but 900 — 200 BCE advanced metallurgy
  • Nazca Nazca Lines & 300 BCE — 800 CE underground aqueducts
  • Nazca Nazca Lines & 300 BCE — 800 CE underground aqueducts
  • Nazca Nazca Lines & 300 BCE — 800 CE underground aqueducts
  • Nazca Nazca Lines & 300 BCE — 800 CE underground aqueducts
  • Nazca Nazca Lines & 300 BCE — 800 CE underground aqueducts
  • Nazca Nazca Lines & 300 BCE — 800 CE underground aqueducts
  • Nazca Nazca Lines & 300 BCE — 800 CE underground aqueducts
  • Moche 100 — 800 CE No written language
  • Moche 100 — 800 CE No written language
  • Moche 100 — 800 CE No written language
  • Moche 100 — 800 CE No written language
  • Moche 100 — 800 CE No written language
  • Moche 100 — 800 CE No written language
  • last Ice Age 110,000 years ago — 9000 BCE
  • last Ice Age 40,000 — 10,000 BCE 110,000 years ago — 9000 BCE
  • Olmec, 900 BCE Chavin, 900 BCE
  • Zapotec, 500 BCE
  • Nazca, 200 BCE
  • Moche, 100 CE
  • What environmental challenges did the earliest Americans face, and how did they adapt, improvise, and overcome?