Archaic1&2 - Long Island Early and Middle Archaic Anthropology 362 Prehistoric Chronology for Long Island Late Woodland A.D 1000 – 1500

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Unformatted text preview: Long Island Early and Middle Archaic Anthropology 362 Prehistoric Chronology for Long Island Late Woodland A.D. 1000 – 1500 Agriculture in mainland river valleys Middle Woodland A.D. 0 – 1000 Early Woodland 700 B.C – A.D. 0 Pottery, Intensive use of coastal resources Terminal Archaic 1000 – 700 B.C. Elaborate burial ritual Late Archaic 4000 – 1000 B.C. Increase in number of archaeological sites. Consumption of shellfish Middle Archaic 6000 – 4000 B.C Early Archaic 8000 – 6000 B.C. Modern flora and fauna Period Dates Happenings Paleo-Indian 10,500 – 8000 B.C Fluted projectile points Chenopodium Ground Stone Tools (Tellico) Prehistoric Chronology for Long Island Late Woodland A.D. 1000 – 1500 Agriculture in mainland river valleys Middle Woodland A.D. 0 – 1000 Early Woodland 700 B.C – A.D. 0 Pottery, Intensive use of coastal resources Terminal Archaic 1000 – 700 B.C....
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This note was uploaded on 09/27/2010 for the course ARCH 362 taught by Professor Wibledon during the Spring '10 term at SUNY Stony Brook.

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Archaic1&2 - Long Island Early and Middle Archaic Anthropology 362 Prehistoric Chronology for Long Island Late Woodland A.D 1000 – 1500

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