PALEO ARCHAIC WOODLAND MISSISSIPPIAN 100 100 100 100 200 200 200 200 300 300 300 300 400 400 400 400 500 500 500 500
Row 1, Col 1 10,000-8,000 B.C. What are the dates of the Paleo Indians?
1,2 season The Archaic Indians moved Each ____
1,3 Bow and Arrow The Woodland Indians Created this weapon
1,4 advanced The Mississippian Indians Were the most____ of Georgia’s Prehistoric Indians
2,1 atlatl The Paleo created this weapon
2,2 7,000 Archaic Indians were in Georgia For approximately how many Years?
2,3 permanent Woodland Indians built ___ Homes as they were no longer nomadic
2,4 Etowah The ____ Indians mounds in Cartersville, Ga. Are an example Of how the Mississippians buried Their dead
3,1 Because the Paleo are the oldest civilization and artifacts are lost Why aren’t there more artifacts From the Paleo period?
3,2 horticulture During the late Archaic period, They began saving seeds for the Next season. This is called what?
3,3 Tribes The Woodland Indians were The first to live in ____ (similar To family)
3,4 Mud/ daub Built their houses out Of wood (wattle) and this
4,1 Mastodons Hunted huge animals Such as wooly mammoth and
4,2 Shellfish (oysters, clams) In addition to meat, Archaic Indians ate ____ which Archaeologists know from shell rings
4,3 stronger Even though the Archaic people First made pottery, the Woodlands Made it ____ by mixing in clay & sand
4,4 corn Misissippians grew most of their Food and their main crop was
5,1 Stone Of what material were MOST of The tools of the Paleo people Made?.
5,2 Bark and/or animal hides Archaic Indians lived in Semi permanent shelters using Wooden poles covered with what?
5,3 Rock Woodland Indians created Effigies, a representation, And the most famous one in Georgia is _____ Eagle.
5,4 Painted or tattooed Mississippians had elaborate And fancy ceremonies and often _____ their bodies and wore Small headdresses.