By Gretchen D. Starr-Lebeau
A part of a sequence delivering specific details at the eras of pre-twentieth century the USA, this quantity comprises articles overlaying headlines and headline makers, awards, achievements and different enlightening and enjoyable evidence on early American civilization.
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C. They made their living gathering plants and hunting buffaloes with stonetipped spears hurled by atlatls. They also developed the buffalo jump, a cliff over which hunters chased the animals to kill them. The Pelican Lake people's tenure on the Plains was short, however, because a new culture from the East moved into the region. The Besant people also hunted buffaloes with atlatls, but unlike Pelican Lake people, they possessed a more stratified social order as evidenced by their burial of the dead in mounds with prestige goods.
For example, the Coles Creek people emerged in Arkansas, Louisiana, and Mississippi, and they built impressive civil and ceremonial mound centers. They placed houses on top of the mounds presumably to house the chiefs, a pattern that suggests that Coles Creek societies may have been stratified. Unlike the Poverty Point culture, however, Coles Creek people depended on plants more so than animals for their subsistence, but kernels of corn are conspicuously absent from the sites archaeologists have excavated.
Sources: Robert H. : Smithsonian Institution, 1990). C. In the desert regions of the American Southwest the Paleo-Indians adapted their big-game hunting techniques to the pursuit of the smaller mammals native to the region. , the Cochise people began to adopt a more sedentary lifestyle. Still, the growing of domesticated crops did not restrict the Cochise to any one particular site, for they continued to follow a pattern of migration that was tied to changes in the seasons. , the Desert culture developed further into three distinct traditions: the Mogollon, Hohokam, and Anasazi.
American Eras: Early American Civilizations and Exploration to 1600 (American Eras) by Gretchen D. Starr-Lebeau