BC: The Adena Indians traded anything that they made or got. Then they would trade for things to make there life easier. | The end
FC: The First Americans | By:Derek Schweiger, Caleb Watson, Alec Geiger, Chelsea Winscher, Anna Wachowiak
2: Adena Indians
3: This map shows where they lived while they were in the United States. The green represents where the Mound Builders lived. The little red dot is one of the many places they lived. In the midwest is the main part
4: This is a sample of what Adena Indians wore. They wore animal skins to protect there body parts.
5: This is a slate of Petrogylphs that the Adnea Indians used.
6: This is a picture of what the Adena Indians lived in.
7: This picture shows a canoe and deer because they hunted deer and fished in canoes.
8: These pictures show many of the plants that the Adena Indians grew. They are goosefoot, squash, sunflower, pumpkin, and corn. They were known as farmers.
9: This is a time line of when the Adena Indians which was 1000 B.C. to 200 A.D.
10: These are some replicas of the Adena Indian tools used during there life. They took stone and tied it to a antler or a bone. Also they used antlers as food untensils.
11: This is some pottery found at the sites of the Adena Indians and are very old. These are artifacts.
12: This is an arrowhead found at one of the Adena Indians sites. Used for weapon to kill animals like deer.
13: These are one of the major mounds that still stands today from the Adena culture. Called Grave Creek Mound. Archaeologists have found it. It is a conical mound and its used for buring sites.