1st week_PeopleInMotion--Blackboard Edition

1st week_PeopleInMotion--Blackboard Edition - HST 109 Week...

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Click to edit Master subtitle style People in Motion North Americans Europeans, Africans, Asians Setting the Stage… HST 109 Week 1
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The Game plan North Americans Asians, Europeans, Africans European Exploration Columbian Exchange “The winds and waves are always on the side of the ablest navigators.”
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Click to edit Master subtitle style North Americans And now on to…
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The Question of Origins
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The Question of Origins Scientific Theories: Migration from Asia Theory 1: “-------------” Theory 2: “-------------” Spread throughout North and South America Creation Stories Celestial emergence
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PaleoIndians, ??? – 10,000/12,000 years ago Small bands Egalitarian Highly mobile hunting and gathering societies Followed large game like mammoth Clovis Point Technology Paleo Indian cultures transform during major changes in what era, and why? Clovis Point Big Scary Creature to hunt with Clovis Point
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Archaic Indians, 10,000-2,500 years ago - Begin to domesticate plants - Construct ceremonial mounds - Establish long- distance trade networks
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After 1000b.c.e. there is evidence of the development of larger Agricultural Settlements and Chiefdoms By 100 b.c.e. there is evidence of emerging empires What factors would lead to larger, more complex societies?
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North America Europe 100 BC Adena culture begins to emerge in Ohio river valley. 101 BC 100 BC The Roman Empire conquers the Germans Julius Caesar is born 1st century AD Anasazi culture emerges in modern day southern Utah and Colorado, northern Arizona and New Mexico 69 AD 79 AD Emperor Nero rules the Roman Empire, Rome burns Vesuvius erupts, buries Pompeii 500 AD Hohokam culture builds large settlements and complex canal systems in modern day Arizona 508 AD Paris is founded 800 AD Mississippian Culture in southeastern Mississippi flood
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This note was uploaded on 03/06/2011 for the course HST 109 taught by Professor Mccomb during the Fall '07 term at ASU.

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1st week_PeopleInMotion--Blackboard Edition - HST 109 Week...

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