Ch 16 - The Americas
16.1 Diverse Societies of
     North America
Describe various regional cultures of pre-
Columbian North America

Identify common features of Native American
cultures
Inuit of the Arctic
Inuit of the Arctic
Inuit of the Arctic
Inuit of the Arctic
Inuit of the Arctic
Inuit of the Arctic
Inuit of the Arctic
Inuit of the Arctic
Inuit of the Arctic
Inuit of the Arctic
Pacific
Northwest
 tribes
Pacific
Northwest
 tribes
Pacific
Northwest
 tribes
Pacific
Northwest
 tribes
Pacific
Northwest
 tribes
Mississippipian
   mounds
Mississippipian
   mounds
Hohokam & Anasazi
Hohokam & Anasazi
Hohokam & Anasazi
Hohokam & Anasazi
Hohokam & Anasazi
Trade
Animism
totems
16.2 Mayan Kings & Cities
Objectives



Describe key features of Mayan kingdoms
Explain Mayan beliefs and achievements
Identify reasons for the decl...
Tikal, Guatamala
Tikal, Guatamala
Tikal, Guatamala
Tikal, Guatamala
Tikal, Guatamala
Tikal, Guatamala
Tikal, Guatamala
Tikal, Guatamala
Uxmal,
Mexico
Uxmal,
Mexico
Uxmal,
Mexico
Uxmal,
Mexico
Uxmal,
Mexico
Chichen Itza, Mexico
Chichen Itza, Mexico
Chichen Itza, Mexico
Chichen Itza, Mexico
Chichen Itza, Mexico
Chichen Itza, Mexico
Chichen Itza, Mexico
Chichen Itza, Mexico
Chichen Itza, Mexico
250 - 900 CE, Maya

Trade

Agriculture

City-states

glyphs & codices like the Popul Vuh

decline?
[scenes from Apocalypto]
16.3 Aztecs Control
  Central Mexico
Describe two early cultures of the Valley of
Mexico: Teotihuacan and the Toltecs

Explain the rise of the Aztecs and their...
Valley of Mexico

Teotihuacan, 150-200k by the 500s

900, Toltecs

1200, Aztecs

  1325, Tenochtitlan

  1502, Montezuma II
Tenochtitlan
Tenochtitlan
Tenochtitlan
Tenochtitlan
Tenochtitlan
Tenochtitlan
Tenochtitlan
Tenochtitlan
Tenochtitlan
Tenochtitlan
Tenochtitlan
16.4 Inca
Trace the Incan rise to power

Describe Incan government and religion

Describe the discord in the Incan Empire
1438, Pachacuti

1500, Land of the Four Quarters, 2500 miles long
and 16 million people

   Quechua

   Cuzco

   ayllu, m...
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  • incl Kwakiutl, Tlingit, Bella Coola, and Coola
    Potlach ceremony
    totem
  • incl Kwakiutl, Tlingit, Bella Coola, and Coola
    Potlach ceremony
    totem
  • incl Kwakiutl, Tlingit, Bella Coola, and Coola
    Potlach ceremony
    totem
  • incl Kwakiutl, Tlingit, Bella Coola, and Coola
    Potlach ceremony
    totem
  • Iroqouis league = joint defense
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    1. 1. Ch 16 - The Americas
    2. 2. 16.1 Diverse Societies of North America
    3. 3. Describe various regional cultures of pre- Columbian North America Identify common features of Native American cultures
    4. 4. Inuit of the Arctic
    5. 5. Inuit of the Arctic
    6. 6. Inuit of the Arctic
    7. 7. Inuit of the Arctic
    8. 8. Inuit of the Arctic
    9. 9. Inuit of the Arctic
    10. 10. Inuit of the Arctic
    11. 11. Inuit of the Arctic
    12. 12. Inuit of the Arctic
    13. 13. Inuit of the Arctic
    14. 14. Pacific Northwest tribes
    15. 15. Pacific Northwest tribes
    16. 16. Pacific Northwest tribes
    17. 17. Pacific Northwest tribes
    18. 18. Pacific Northwest tribes
    19. 19. Mississippipian mounds
    20. 20. Mississippipian mounds
    21. 21. Hohokam & Anasazi
    22. 22. Hohokam & Anasazi
    23. 23. Hohokam & Anasazi
    24. 24. Hohokam & Anasazi
    25. 25. Hohokam & Anasazi
    26. 26. Trade Animism totems
    27. 27. 16.2 Mayan Kings & Cities
    28. 28. Objectives Describe key features of Mayan kingdoms Explain Mayan beliefs and achievements Identify reasons for the decline of the Maya
    29. 29. Tikal, Guatamala
    30. 30. Tikal, Guatamala
    31. 31. Tikal, Guatamala
    32. 32. Tikal, Guatamala
    33. 33. Tikal, Guatamala
    34. 34. Tikal, Guatamala
    35. 35. Tikal, Guatamala
    36. 36. Tikal, Guatamala
    37. 37. Uxmal, Mexico
    38. 38. Uxmal, Mexico
    39. 39. Uxmal, Mexico
    40. 40. Uxmal, Mexico
    41. 41. Uxmal, Mexico
    42. 42. Chichen Itza, Mexico
    43. 43. Chichen Itza, Mexico
    44. 44. Chichen Itza, Mexico
    45. 45. Chichen Itza, Mexico
    46. 46. Chichen Itza, Mexico
    47. 47. Chichen Itza, Mexico
    48. 48. Chichen Itza, Mexico
    49. 49. Chichen Itza, Mexico
    50. 50. Chichen Itza, Mexico
    51. 51. 250 - 900 CE, Maya Trade Agriculture City-states glyphs & codices like the Popul Vuh decline?
    52. 52. [scenes from Apocalypto]
    53. 53. 16.3 Aztecs Control Central Mexico
    54. 54. Describe two early cultures of the Valley of Mexico: Teotihuacan and the Toltecs Explain the rise of the Aztecs and their society Characterize the the main features of Aztec religion Identify factors that led to the fall of the Aztecs
    55. 55. Valley of Mexico Teotihuacan, 150-200k by the 500s 900, Toltecs 1200, Aztecs 1325, Tenochtitlan 1502, Montezuma II
    56. 56. Tenochtitlan
    57. 57. Tenochtitlan
    58. 58. Tenochtitlan
    59. 59. Tenochtitlan
    60. 60. Tenochtitlan
    61. 61. Tenochtitlan
    62. 62. Tenochtitlan
    63. 63. Tenochtitlan
    64. 64. Tenochtitlan
    65. 65. Tenochtitlan
    66. 66. Tenochtitlan
    67. 67. 16.4 Inca
    68. 68. Trace the Incan rise to power Describe Incan government and religion Describe the discord in the Incan Empire
    69. 69. 1438, Pachacuti 1500, Land of the Four Quarters, 2500 miles long and 16 million people Quechua Cuzco ayllu, mita, quipu
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