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week 2 day 2 - • Slash and burn agriculture • Gendered...

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Southeast Woodland/ Mississippian Cultures
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Other Paramount Chiefdoms Identified using archeology and written documents Etowah—Creek Coosa—Creek Moundville—Choctaw
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Etowah
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Some Facts 54 acres Multiple mounds, 150 buildings Middle to Late Mississippian Spoke Muskogean “italwa”/“etalwa” or mother town in Muskogee Trade links from Gulf Coast to Piedmont Excessive fortifications: 10 foot moats Semi-circular palisade Tree wall to prevent assault
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Mound A
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Lifestyles/ Food ways North Florida Central Florida South Florida
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Timucua
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Approx 20,000 sq miles Approx 200,000 people Not one unified tribe 20-30 chiefdoms, approx 500 villages in each Stats
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Culture Sun and Moon gods, also deer and bear
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Unformatted text preview: • Slash and burn agriculture • Gendered division of labor • Mixed agriculture(corn, beans, squash)/hunting • Ceremonies including black drink predecessor Apalachee • North Central Florida • Main town at present day Tallahassee • Pre-contact pop of 50-60,000 • Semi-agricultural (corn/beans/squash), fish and game • Considered one of the most advanced tribes in the region – Advanced trade/warfare Calusa • Mounds (Mound Key, Estero Bay) • Dikes, levees • Artisan economy • Little farming, relied on fishing/shellfish • 20-50,000 pre-contact • Colonial period – Carlos – Miccosukee/Seminole incorporated few remaining in late 1700s, early 1800s...
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This note was uploaded on 10/04/2010 for the course HIST AMH 2097 taught by Professor Kevin during the Fall '10 term at FSU.

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