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Lecture 25:  Great Discoveries in Michigan ANP 264  Great Discoveries in  Michigan
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The earliest peoples of Michigan o State first settled ca. 11 kya by  Paleoindian peoples. o Glaciers still a factor in the  region. o Primarily tundra (north) and  grassland with small woodland  areas (south). o People were big game hunters. 
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Paleoindian sites in Michigan 1) Barnes 2) Leavitt 3) Lux 4) Gainey 5) Holcombe
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The Archaic peoples of Michigan o Archaic period spans the time  between roughly 10 and 2.5 kya.   o Divided into three periods in  Michigan o Early  10  to 8 kya o Middle  8  to 5 kya o Late 5  to 2.5 kya
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Archaic Lifeways o Big game gone except deer, elk  and moose. o Technological development of  ground stone tool technologies. o People defined economically by  the “Broad Spectrum Revolution”  o aka as the “if it grows and/or  bleeds, and tastes okay, lets it eat”  way of life.
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This note was uploaded on 10/17/2011 for the course ECON 101 taught by Professor Thompson during the Spring '11 term at Michigan State University.

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