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Lecture 15

Lecture 15 Part 2 – Subdivisions of groups after Late Archaic: Early Agriculturalist

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

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Lecture 15 Part 2 – Subdivisions of groups after Late Archaic/Early Agriculturalist  Patayan o Centered on the Colorado River o Poorest known o Ancestral of the historical groups who spoke Yuman languages  Hohokam o South-central Arizona, lower Sonoran Desert o Ancestral to the Pima and Papago groups  Anasazi o Northern New Mexico and Arizona, south of Utah and Colorado o Ancestral to some of the historical Pueblo societies, such as Hopi  Mogollon o Eastern areas, southern New Mexico, south eastern Arizona, north Mexico o Ancestral to Zuni Pueblo people Anasazi  Originally called Basketmaker-Pueblo, shortened to Anasazi o Navajo word meaning enemy-ancestors, were not Navajo-speaking peoples  Surrounded by Navajo and Apache peoples – hunter-gatherers when they were agriculturalists o Navajo and Apache speak Na-Dene (Athapaskan) languages, same as groups in the north (Alaska, Yukon, etc.), moved
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