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Lecture 25 – Plains Woodland

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Department
Anthropology
Course Code
Anthropology 2231F/G
Professor
Christopher Ellis

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Lecture 25 – Plains Woodland  Middle Missouri area  Beginning of agriculture o Missouri River Valley, very deep, about 6-7 kilometers wide o Well watered by spring flooding o Had to develop species of maize that would grow in under 100 frost- free days o Supplement to hunter-gatherer diet  Bow and arrow o Distinguishing feature o Between 0-500 AD  Small pottery vessels o Appeared earlier than 0 AD, appeared around 400 BC o Very rare, found in eastern Kansas o More common around 0 AD o Very similar to Early Woodland pottery in the east o Thick, crudely made, little decoration  More elaborate burials o More common o Even some mound burials  “Kan
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