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Lecture 8

Lecture 8 Part 2 – Early Woodland – 3,000 BP – 2,200 BP

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Department
Anthropology
Course
Anthropology 2231F/G
Professor
Christopher Ellis
Semester
Summer

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Lecture 8 Part 2 – Early Woodland – 3,000 BP – 2,200 BP  Woodland – derives from ethnography, ancestors of Eastern Woodland natives  Sedentary, agriculturalists (corn, beans, squash)  Many differences between them  All groups produced pottery  Assumed that ceramics, agriculture, sedentary lifestyle were a package, all happened at once o Horticulture rather than agriculture o If you have one of these aspects you have to have them all o Automatically grouped as Woodland o Many problems became apparent with this assumption:  1. They all appear differently  2. When these traits appear varies geographically o Some of these traits appeared in the Archaic  Michigan around 2,600 BP, Ontario & New York: traits appeared around 2,800 BP, ot
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