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History Lecture 5 & 6
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Paleo-Indian Period (11,000-12,000 years ago)
Nomads, chased mammoths and mastadons,
Archaic Period (10,000 years ago, 8,000 BC)
Woodland Period (1000-500 BC)
Mississippian Period (900-1600 AD)
The historical interpretation that allows Native Americans to be active agents in their own story rather than objects or victims in the path of European/American progress and details how Native Americans adapted to their changing environment is called
The state commercial fish found largely in the Western Valley of the Tennessee River is the
PaleoIndian Culture exploited what type of food source?
Archaic culture "trash pits," known as _____, provide details about the culture's tech, diet, and health and are found along river banks
What important development allowed the transition from Woodland to Mississippian culture?
Mississippian cultures organized themselves in a series of interconnected, hierarchal groups known as
1541, Pizzaro expedition, conquered Inca empire
Cherokee, (Principal People)
Comes from the word Tenasee a cherokee word for a village
Flooded cherokee villages
Cherokee is not the actual name of the tribe that inhabited much of East Tennessee. They use the name, "Tsalagi" which means
The Native American culture encountered by DeSoto's Expedition in the 1540s was the
Cherokee Council House
French: James Marquette and Lois Joliet (west)
English: James Needham and Gabriel Arthur (East)
english and french move into east cherokee country
Lasalle and Fort Prudhomme (1682)
First person to travel the whole length of the mississippi
The Cherokee Council Houses had seven posts, each symbolizing a _____ of the Cherokee culture.
The state game bird, designated as such to call attention to its decreasing numbers from hunting and urban sprawl, is the
The portion of the Cherokee tribe that lived along the Little Tennessee River in such villages as Chota, Tanasi, and Tellico, were known as the
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