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WESTERNANTH 2231F/GChristopher EllisFall

Archaeology of North America - Late Woodland

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Inherited power? y y one person has power for the greater good (everyone benefits, some more than others) y all gone by 4-500 ad. Late woodland in the
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WESTERNANTH 2231F/GChristopher EllisWinter

not sure what day exactly because it's from first year.. ditto to all this class' notes from me

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15 Feb 2012
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And mound built on top: not houses.  people attempted to build them to see what they would have looked like.  *unable to find substantial structures
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WESTERNANTH 2231F/GChristopher EllisFall

Archaeology of North America Lecture 5

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15 Feb 2012
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Y archaic had to redefine ritchie s definition of archaic, not just pre-pottery. Lecture 5 archaic eastern north america or pre-agricultural, had to di
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WESTERNANTH 2231F/GChristopher EllisSummer

Anthropology 2231F/G Lecture Notes - Lecture 17: Chaco Culture National Historical Park, Pueblo Ii Period, Pueblo Iii Period

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13 Jul 2012
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Lecture 17 part 1 late pueblo ii. Late pueblo ii: 1000-1100 ad early pueblo iii: 1150 ad. Additions to pueblos tracked based on changes in masonry and
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WESTERNANTH 2231F/GChristopher EllisSummer

Lecture 13 Part 1– Mississippian Society after 1050 AD

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13 Jul 2012
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Lecture 13 part 1 mississippian society after 1050 ad. Nodes: smaller communities that were across the landscape, not the major center of society, farm
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WESTERNANTH 2231F/GChristopher EllisSummer

Lecture 12 Part 2– Mississippian Society

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13 Jul 2012
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Largely confined to river valleys: fertile soils, replenished by flooding. Elaborate mounds: some burial mounds, 3 kinds: ridgetop, conical, platform,
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WESTERNANTH 2231F/GChristopher EllisWinter

Anthropology 2231F/G Lecture Notes - Biocultural Diversity, Patrilineality, Food Processing

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13 Jul 2012
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Biocultural diversity: biodiversity and cultural diversity seen as a single entity, lot of ecological diversity, 11 different languages with several di
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WESTERNANTH 2231F/GChristopher EllisSummer

Anthropology 2231F/G Lecture Notes - Hohokam, Jacal, Caliche

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13 Jul 2012
12
Major rivers: gila and salt river flow through the desert. Two major groups: pima (descendents of hohokam) and popago. Hohokam: meaning those who vanis
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WESTERNANTH 2231F/GChristopher EllisSummer

Anthropology 2231F/G Lecture Notes - Lecture 20: Chaco Culture National Historical Park, Pueblo Iii Period, Na-Dene Languages

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13 Jul 2012
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Lecture 20 pueblo iii & pueblo iv. Development of cliff palaces: built into the mesas of cliffs. More lush area than chaco canyon, better rainfall etc.
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WESTERNANTH 2231F/GChristopher EllisSummer

Anthropology 2231F/G Lecture Notes - Radiocarbon Dating, Sinodonty And Sundadonty, Transferrin

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13 Jul 2012
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What has been found: earliest sites found to be 11,500 b. p. 13,500 years in our calendar years (called calibrated age: history. Early ideas based on b
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WESTERNANTH 2231F/GChristopher EllisSummer

Anthropology 2231F/G Lecture Notes - Crow Creek Massacre, Eastern Plains, Bastion

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13 Jul 2012
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Evidence of influence from the mississippian: cultigens coming in from the east, pottery very similar. Houses: about 5-10 houses, small houses (2-3 met
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WESTERNANTH 2231F/GChristopher EllisSummer

Anthropology 2231F/G Lecture Notes - Lecture 14: Lithic Reduction, Paleo-Indians

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13 Jul 2012
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Great basin: oregon, idaho, utah, nevada, new mexico. Term coined by jesse jennings; no debated by what it means: archaic of the west believed to be fa
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