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Chronology of the American Indian : a guide to native peoples of the Western Hemisphere 25,000 B.C.-1994

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Chronology of the American Indian : a guide to native peoples of the Western Hemisphere 25,000 B.C.-1994
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Chronology of the American Indian
Title remainder
a guide to native peoples of the Western Hemisphere 25,000 B.C.-1994
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Genre
Language
eng
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DLC
Illustrations
illustrations
Index
index present
LC call number
E58
LC item number
.C49 1994
Literary form
non fiction
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  • Indians
  • Indians of North America
  • Human ecology
  • Indians of North America
  • Indians of North America
  • Indians of North America
  • Indians of North America
  • Indians of South America
  • Indians of Mexico
  • Indians of North America
  • Indians of North America
  • Indians of North America
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Chronology of the American Indian : a guide to native peoples of the Western Hemisphere 25,000 B.C.-1994
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Publication
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Includes index
Contents
  • 10,000 B.C. Pre-Projecticle Point Stage
  • 10,000 B.C. -A.D. 100 Browns Valley Indians
  • 9,000 B.C. Faulkner Culture
  • 9000 - 7000 B.C. Hunters (Pleistocene) Folsom, New Mexico, spearpoints
  • 8000 B.C. In Tierra Del Fuego, archipelago southern tip of South America
  • 8000 B.C. Men physically similar to modern Mexican Indians
  • 7500 B.C. The early Andean peoples
  • 7000 B.C. Infiernillo stage, earliest pahse of the Tamaulipas culture of Mexico
  • 7000 B.C. Sagebrush bark snadals, Fort Rock Cave, Oregon
  • 6690 B.C. Carbon 14 dating, earliest remains
  • Foreword
  • 5000 B.C. During the Ocampa pahse
  • 5000 B.C. Maize, Tehuacan Valley
  • 4850 B.C. Archaeologists, Cerro Mangote culture of Panama
  • 4500 B.C. Plant cultivation, pottery, Chalco pottery, Hondo river, Mexico City
  • 3113 B.C. The Maya, Long Count calendar system
  • 3000 B.C. Cultivation was practuced in village scities of semipermanent status from Mexico to Bolivia
  • 3000 B.C. One of the earliest cultural sites, Columbia
  • 2505 B.C. Inhabitants of the San Agustin culture, Columbian Andes
  • 2505 B.C. Carbon 14 dating, lowest strata of the Huaca Prieta mound in the Chicama River Valley (Peru)
  • 2130 B.C. The pottery of the Mangrillo culture
  • Chronology of the American Indian 25,000 B.C.- 1994
  • 2000 B.C. Ancestors of the people who would later be called Mata
  • 2000-1000 B.C. Earliest known inhabitants of Dzilbilchaltun, Mexico
  • 1500 B.C. Early Formative period, central Andes cities
  • 1500 B.C. Throughout Mexico and Andes, more small villages
  • 1500-1000 B.C. Chiapa de Corzo, earliest known permanent villages sites, Mexico
  • 1200 B.C. Olmecs, first known settlers of the valley of Mexico
  • 1200 B.C. in the highlands of Guatemala, earth platforms of pyramidal mounds
  • 1000 B.C. One of the oldest Indian cultures of Central America, the Olmecs, religious centers, Mexico
  • 1000 B.C. The people of the Saladero culture, living along the Orinoco River (Venezuela)
  • 1000 B.C. In some lowland regions of Mesoamerica, ceremonial or ritual centers began to be constructed
  • 25,000 B.C. Ancestors
  • 1000 B.C. The Ayampitin culture of what is now northwest Argentina flourished
  • 1000 B.C. - A.D. 700 Indians of the Georgia coastal plain, Savannah River culture, North America
  • 900 B.C. A sharp population increase began in the Valley of Mexico
  • 900 B.C. Chavin style art, Peru
  • 900 B.C. In the Viru Valley, Peru, cultivation of maize, sweet manioc, peanuts, avacado, and calabash
  • 600 B.C. The site of Monte Alban, Mexico
  • 600 B.C. The first inhabitants of the site that became the Maya city of Tikal
  • 550 B.C. The first signs of large-scale irrigation and of sophisticated fortications in the Americas
  • 500 B.C. Indians in the Florida area, Tick Island culture
  • 500 B.C. to A.D. 500 Hunting, fishing, gatherings Louisiana Gulf coast
  • 20,000 B.C. Radiocarbon (Carbon 14)
  • 500 B.C. to A.D. 500 Villages were built on heaps of shells, bones and othe refuse, Knoll culture
  • 400 B.C. The Pucara culture
  • 300 B.C. In Peru, Indian farmers
  • 19,000 B.C. Men Lived
  • 13,000-500 B.C. During Transition
  • 12,000-7000 B.C. Big Game
  • 10,000 B.C. An Ancestor of the Maya
Control code
ocm30028704
Dimensions
29 cm
Extent
301 pages
Isbn
9780403099498
Lccn
94006488
Other physical details
illustrations
System control number
(Sirsi) i0403099498
Label
Chronology of the American Indian : a guide to native peoples of the Western Hemisphere 25,000 B.C.-1994
Publication
Note
Includes index
Contents
  • 10,000 B.C. Pre-Projecticle Point Stage
  • 10,000 B.C. -A.D. 100 Browns Valley Indians
  • 9,000 B.C. Faulkner Culture
  • 9000 - 7000 B.C. Hunters (Pleistocene) Folsom, New Mexico, spearpoints
  • 8000 B.C. In Tierra Del Fuego, archipelago southern tip of South America
  • 8000 B.C. Men physically similar to modern Mexican Indians
  • 7500 B.C. The early Andean peoples
  • 7000 B.C. Infiernillo stage, earliest pahse of the Tamaulipas culture of Mexico
  • 7000 B.C. Sagebrush bark snadals, Fort Rock Cave, Oregon
  • 6690 B.C. Carbon 14 dating, earliest remains
  • Foreword
  • 5000 B.C. During the Ocampa pahse
  • 5000 B.C. Maize, Tehuacan Valley
  • 4850 B.C. Archaeologists, Cerro Mangote culture of Panama
  • 4500 B.C. Plant cultivation, pottery, Chalco pottery, Hondo river, Mexico City
  • 3113 B.C. The Maya, Long Count calendar system
  • 3000 B.C. Cultivation was practuced in village scities of semipermanent status from Mexico to Bolivia
  • 3000 B.C. One of the earliest cultural sites, Columbia
  • 2505 B.C. Inhabitants of the San Agustin culture, Columbian Andes
  • 2505 B.C. Carbon 14 dating, lowest strata of the Huaca Prieta mound in the Chicama River Valley (Peru)
  • 2130 B.C. The pottery of the Mangrillo culture
  • Chronology of the American Indian 25,000 B.C.- 1994
  • 2000 B.C. Ancestors of the people who would later be called Mata
  • 2000-1000 B.C. Earliest known inhabitants of Dzilbilchaltun, Mexico
  • 1500 B.C. Early Formative period, central Andes cities
  • 1500 B.C. Throughout Mexico and Andes, more small villages
  • 1500-1000 B.C. Chiapa de Corzo, earliest known permanent villages sites, Mexico
  • 1200 B.C. Olmecs, first known settlers of the valley of Mexico
  • 1200 B.C. in the highlands of Guatemala, earth platforms of pyramidal mounds
  • 1000 B.C. One of the oldest Indian cultures of Central America, the Olmecs, religious centers, Mexico
  • 1000 B.C. The people of the Saladero culture, living along the Orinoco River (Venezuela)
  • 1000 B.C. In some lowland regions of Mesoamerica, ceremonial or ritual centers began to be constructed
  • 25,000 B.C. Ancestors
  • 1000 B.C. The Ayampitin culture of what is now northwest Argentina flourished
  • 1000 B.C. - A.D. 700 Indians of the Georgia coastal plain, Savannah River culture, North America
  • 900 B.C. A sharp population increase began in the Valley of Mexico
  • 900 B.C. Chavin style art, Peru
  • 900 B.C. In the Viru Valley, Peru, cultivation of maize, sweet manioc, peanuts, avacado, and calabash
  • 600 B.C. The site of Monte Alban, Mexico
  • 600 B.C. The first inhabitants of the site that became the Maya city of Tikal
  • 550 B.C. The first signs of large-scale irrigation and of sophisticated fortications in the Americas
  • 500 B.C. Indians in the Florida area, Tick Island culture
  • 500 B.C. to A.D. 500 Hunting, fishing, gatherings Louisiana Gulf coast
  • 20,000 B.C. Radiocarbon (Carbon 14)
  • 500 B.C. to A.D. 500 Villages were built on heaps of shells, bones and othe refuse, Knoll culture
  • 400 B.C. The Pucara culture
  • 300 B.C. In Peru, Indian farmers
  • 19,000 B.C. Men Lived
  • 13,000-500 B.C. During Transition
  • 12,000-7000 B.C. Big Game
  • 10,000 B.C. An Ancestor of the Maya
Control code
ocm30028704
Dimensions
29 cm
Extent
301 pages
Isbn
9780403099498
Lccn
94006488
Other physical details
illustrations
System control number
(Sirsi) i0403099498

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