Georgia Native Cultures


By: Da'john Joseph


Paleo - Indians

   In 11,ooo B.C. and 8,000 B.C. people move place to place groups of 25 - 50. Paleo - Indians is a classification term given to the first peoples who entered, and subsequently inhabited, the American continents during the final late Pleistocene period. There dwellings large game bison, there food they ate was : fruit, beans, and bear.  The Paleo- Indians lived during ice age. The Paleo- Indians believe in reborn. The Paleo- Indians use a  device point. They cover the dead blankets, and they would live in caves.


Archaic

  In 8,000 B.C. and 1,000 B.C. the Archaic was hunters that hunt animals for food to eat. They dwellings small villages and simple houses. And they eat food such as deer, bear, and squash. They cooked with fires to eat there food. They traded with other Indian groups. What they hunted with was stones to catch there food. The Archaic was isolated.

Woodland

  In 1,000 B.C. and 900 B.C. in woodland they like to trade items with other countries. The Woodlands use pottery. They dwellings is villiages and houes, They eat bear, beans, squash, and deer. They would trade whatever they find around them. They made places like rock eagle in Georgia. They would make there houses out of dried out clay.


Mississippian

  In 900 A.D. and 1,650 A.D. the Mississipian was Georgia's first farmers. They dwellings is that they lived near water. And they eat deer, beans, and squash. And there cultural tradition lasted a long time. They stayed in one place, and they would put animals bones in there bones. They would tattoo each other.

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