GEO 793 Chapter 2: GEO793 WEEK 2 TEXTBOOK NOTES

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The above were examples of thousands of sites on the north side of lake ontario that share common cultural features like longhouses and mounds that indicate they"re. South-central ontario has a complex history evidence suggests people lived here. 11,000 years ago, when downtown toronto was under the water of lake iroquois, Davenport road was the shoreline, and mammoths and mastodons were game of choice. Between 7,000 and 2,000 years ago, the shoreline began to look like the one we know today, incl. the scarborough bluffs and toronto islands. At some point, indigenous people began using the toronto passage humber and. Rouge rivers as a shortcut between lake ontario and georgian bay: it was a vital link in the trade route that ran from gulf of mexico to lake superior. Between 600 and 1600 ce, corn, beans, squash, and sunflowers were introduced from the south and iroquoian villages began to take on their well-known appearance: multi- family longhouses.

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