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  • PALEO
  • this paleo period took place during the ice age.they used there weapons to kill mammaths and they were always on the move also they made the atlat
  • ARCHAIC
  • this is the later period part of the archaic. Late Archaic tool kits included atlatl weights, grooved stone axes, metates (or grinding slabs), and stone drills.they also hunted deer and moose ect. using spers.and gatherd bluebarrys,strawbarrys,beans also and stored it.
  • WOODLAND
  • The Woodland Period of Georgia prehistory is broadly dated from around 1000 B.C.This period witnessed the development of many trends that began during the preceding Late Archaic Period
  • MISSISSIPPIAN
  • The Mississippian Period in the midwestern and southeastern United States, which lasted from about A.D. 800 to 1600.They grew much of their food in small gardens using simple tools like stone axes, digging sticks, and fire. Corn, beans, squash, sunflowers, goosefoot, sumpweed,
  • Hernando de Soto was born c. 1500 in Jerez de los Caballeros, Spain. In the early 1530s, while on Francisco Pizarro's expedition, de Soto helped conquer Peru. In 1539 he set out for North America, where he discovered the Mississippi River. De Soto died of fever on May 21, 1542, in Ferriday, Louisiana.
  • this girl is dieing of smallpoxs
  • During the Age of Discovery; the Catholic Church inaugurated a major effort to spread Christianity in the New World by converting indigenous peoples. As such, the establishment of Christian missions went hand-in-hand with the colonizing efforts of European powers such as Spain, France and Portugal.
  • in 1530s us french soldier went to war with the italian to get to the u.s. to get gold
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