BC: by: Megan Carbaugh and Michael Schoerner
FC: The First Americans | Hopewell | Adena | Paleo-Indians
1: This is the Beringia | The Paleo-Indians | The Beringia land bridge became the Bering Strait. | Large animals include the mammoth, bison, and deer. | Paleo-Indians are also known as hunter-gatherers.
2: This is the Paleo Indians tools.
3: This is the Paleo Weapons.
4: This is a map of where the Adena, Hopewell, and Mississippians had mounds built.
5: It's a conical mound. They are they oldest type of mounds made by the Adena culture. Used to bury chiefs, priests, and other important people. | This is another mound made by the Adena people. It's in the shape of a snake.
6: This is pottery made by the Adena people. | This is an artifact the Adena would trade.
7: This is a trade route. They use their artifacts and trade them with other people.
8: These are pictures of tools used by the Adena people. Archaeologists found tools and weapons in mounds.
9: Adena | They had arrow heads used as small knives.
10: Adena | This is where the Adena people lived. They existed in A.D. times. The Adena were a group of Mound Builders.
11: This is a picture of the Adena way of life. In the picture there is an Adena house.
12: Some animals Adena have hunted were deer, elk, black bear, woodchuck, beaver, porcupine, and turkey. | They have planted pumpkins, squash, sunflowers, and gourds. They were farmers.
13: This is something the Adena used to cook food in.
14: “I see my path, but I don't know where it leads. Not knowing where I'm going is what inspires me to travel it.”~Rosalia de Castro | H | Hopewell Indians By Michael Schoerner | Lived in New York to, Missouri, Wisconsin, Mississippi, and in on the Canadian shores of Lake Ontario.
15: Hopewell farmers planted are carrots, corn, Squash, and sunflowers.
16: In these pictures are weapons and tools the Hopewell Indians used. They used spears and bows. Bow were for bison and mammoths. Spears were use for fish and other small game. Food utensils were weaved baskets, wooden spoons and they're many more.
17: This is the Hopewell's pottery. | Archaeologists look for arrowheads.
18: These are the Hopewell mound builders and effigy mounds. | Effigy mounds were in the shape of animals for religious purposes. | This is a geometric mound. | This is a temple mound.
19: This is a picture of a house the Hopewell lived in.
20: “Life is either a great adventure or nothing.” ~Helen Keller | This is a picture of a Hopewell coin.
21: This is a map of where the Hopewell Indians lived.
22: Getting Back To Nature | These are the animals the hopewell hunted bison and maamoths | Hopewell Indians are hunter and gatherers.
23: Hopewell existed from 200B.C. - 400A.D. | Mississippians where Hopewells neighbors.