North America Natives
- Fixed dams,ditches,and canals to keep rain out of mesa and channel to gardens on the floor.
- There houses was made of stone,and adobe a big storied apartment with long walls of cliff.
- Was a civilization in canyon,and was a massive piece of more than 1000 people
- They built roads for network.
- craftsmen made jewelry,baskets,pottery,
- They left because of so many droughts
- Art and architecture bye late groups such as Hopi and Zuni are largest groups today
- was the Eastern woodlands people and they lived in Ohio in the valley region
- They grew squash,sunflowers,gourds,and barley.
- Made copper,jewelry,and good pottery
- Burial mounds made of log was made of carved piles of the earth.
- The Eastern woodlands people arrived in Ohio in 300 Bc.
- Some mounds were built over 40 feet tall, and 700 feet wide.
- There was trade networks that had artifacts.
- Hopewell and Adena both relied to a Mound Builder.
- Arrived to the Mississippi valley in 800 Ad
- The plants they had were used for many foods and when maize and beans were added had a increase in the population.
- population increased and it caused the need for more land.
- More land came in numerous cities with up to 70,000 people there, and was largest Cahokia.
- Center of the city of Cahokia's there was mound aprox
- surrounding this massive mounds was 120 mounds smaller than it was