The Paleo Period
The Archaic Period
The Woodlands Period
The Mississippian Period
Which of the following is not mentioned in the passage as an archaeological time period in North American civilization? The Paleo Period The Archaic Period The Woodlands Period The Mississippian Period The Cahokian Period.
The Proto Period.
The Paleo period.
The Neo-Pacific Period
The Aleutian Period
The Etowah Period
The Paleo Period.
The Archaic Period.
The Woodlands Period.
The Hopewell Period.
The Mississippian Period.
Migration from the Pacific to the Atlantic.
Religious and spiritual rituals associated with burial.
The perfection of hunting and tool-making.
The perfection of agriculture by the Woodlands Indians.
The perfection of water-based travel
Cultures based on hunting were most likely responsible for the extinction of the wooly mammoths.
Religion was not an important feature of hunting cultures.
Religion arose during the agricultural periods out of the need to ensure that crops were successful.
Agrarian archaeological periods, although successful, were much shorter than those that featured hunting as the primary means of sustenance.
The arrival of the Europeans signaled an end to the Woodlands Period.
The Etowah People
The Cahokia People
The Moundville People
The Hopewell People
The Spiro People
Farming tools made by the Hopewell people.
Rock shelters used by the Cahokia people.
Remnants of a Mississippian Indian city
Woolly mammoth bones from the Paleo period.
A Spiro burial mound.