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  • Pueblo Bonito, Chaco Canyone, New Mexico
  • Areas of Amerind Settlement
  • Origins and Arrival of the Amerinds
  • Clovis arrowheads found at sites in New Mexico, Arizona, and Colorado.
  • FOUNDATION MAP 5.1 Populating the Western Hemisphere, ca. 20,000–6000 B.C.E.
  • The Amerinds of North America
  • Totem poles from western Canada, carved from Western Red Cedar and depicting real or mythical events.
  • MAP 5.2 North American Amerind Culture Areas, ca. 1500 C.E.
  • A modern photograph of Monk’s Mound in Cahokia, where ancient Amerind temples once stood.
  • The Amerinds of Mesoamerica
  • MAP 5.3 Mesoamerican Homelands and Centers, ca. 2500 B.C.E. – 700 C.E.
  • Olmec head carved from basalt and found at La Venta.
  • Venus table from the Mayan Dresden Codex showing the phases of the planet Venus.
  • The Pyramid of the Moon in the city of Teotihuacán.
  • Massive stone statues of Toltec warriors stand atop the pyramid at the ruins of Tula de Allende, Mexico.
  • South America: Societies of the Andes
  • MAP 5.4 Pre-Incan Andean Empires and Culture Areas, ca. 800 B.C.E. – 1400 C.E.
  • A painted textile panel from Chimor depicting a central figure wearing an elaborate headdress. The two felines on either side of him may signify that he is a shaman or a chieftain.
  • Key Dates and Developments North American Chronology/Mesoamerican Chronology/South American Chronology
  • Judge ch05 lecture

    1. 1. Connections: A World History Second Edition 5 Chapter Early American Societies: Connection and Isolation, 20,000 B.C.E.–1500 C.E. Connections: A World History, Second Edition Edward H. Judge • John W. Langdon
    2. 2. Pueblo Bonito, Chaco Canyone, New Mexico
    3. 3. Areas of Amerind Settlement
    4. 4. Early American Societies: Connections and Isolation, 20,000 B.C.E.–1500 C.E. A. Origins and Arrival of the Amerinds B. The Amerinds of North America C. The Amerinds of Mesoamerica D. South America: Societies of the Andes
    5. 5. Origins and Arrival of the Amerinds
    6. 6. Origins and Arrival of the AmerindsA. Migration for the Eastern Hemisphere 1. Evidence and timing 2. Alternative theories
    7. 7. Clovis arrowheads found at sites in New Mexico, Arizona, and Colorado.
    8. 8. FOUNDATION MAP 5.1 Populating the Western Hemisphere, ca. 20,000–6000 B.C.E.
    9. 9. The Amerinds of North America
    10. 10. The Amerinds of North AmericaA. Two Hunter-Gatherer Bands 1. Arctic 2. Great BasinB. Five Limited-Scale Tribal Societies 1. Sub-Arctic 2. Northwest Coast 3. Plateau 4. Southwest 5. California
    11. 11. Totem poles from western Canada, carved fromWestern Red Cedar and depicting real or mythical events.
    12. 12. The Amerinds of North AmericaC. Four Full-Scale Tribal Societies 1. Plains 2. Prairie 3. Southeast 4. Eastern Woodlands
    13. 13. MAP 5.2 North American Amerind Culture Areas, ca. 1500 C.E.
    14. 14. The Amerinds of North AmericaD. Three Complex Societies 1. Adena 2. Hopewell 3. Mississippian society
    15. 15. A modern photograph of Monk’s Mound in Cahokia, where ancient Amerind temples once stood.
    16. 16. The Amerinds of Mesoamerica
    17. 17. The Amerinds of MesoamericaA. The Olmec of the Preclassic Period (1800 B.C.E.–150 C.E.) 1. Discovery 2. Olmec cities 3. Trade networks 4. Calendar 5. Spread and collapse
    18. 18. MAP 5.3 Mesoamerican Homelands and Centers, ca. 2500 B.C.E. – 700 C.E.
    19. 19. Olmec head carved from basalt and found at La Venta.
    20. 20. The Amerinds of MesoamericaB. The Maya of the Classic Period (150–900 C.E.) 1. Agriculture, trade, and cultural contacts 2. Society and religion 3. Culture
    21. 21. Venus table from the Mayan Dresden Codex showing the phases of the planet Venus.
    22. 22. The Amerinds of MesoamericaC. Teotihuacán: Rise and Fall of a Great City- State 1. Trade and empire 2. End of the Classical Period
    23. 23. The Pyramid of the Moon in the city of Teotihuacán.
    24. 24. The Amerinds of MesoamericaD. The Toltec: Conflict Between Warriors and Priests 1. Origins 2. Political divisions 3. The Toltec empire
    25. 25. Massive stone statues of Toltec warriors stand atopthe pyramid at the ruins of Tula de Allende, Mexico.
    26. 26. South America:Societies of the Andes
    27. 27. South America: Societies of the AndesA. Chavín, Nazca, and Moche Societies 1. Geography 2. Norte Chico 3. Origins and isolation of Chavín Society 4. Agriculture and irrigation 5. Gender and labor
    28. 28. MAP 5.4 Pre-Incan Andean Empires and Culture Areas, ca. 800 B.C.E. – 1400 C.E.
    29. 29. South America: Societies of the AndesB. Tiahunaco, Huari, and Chimor 1. Tiahunaco 2. Huari 3. Chimor
    30. 30. A painted textile panel from Chimor depicting acentral figure wearing an elaborate headdress.
    31. 31. Key Dates and DevelopmentsNorth American Chronology/Mesoamerican Chronology/South American Chronology

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