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Chapter 3: Early People of Ohio

Lesson 1: Prehistoric People (pages 54-61)

THE BIG PICTURE


*Beringia:

1. Scientist think that our continent of North America, was connected to the continent of .



Signs of Humans


*Extinct:

2. Finding helped scientists learn how long people have lived in .


THE FIRST OHIOANS

*Artifacts:

3. Examples of artifacts





Clues to the Past

*Archaeologists:

*History:

*Prehistory:



Life on the Move

*Bands:

4. About years ago, people came to the place we now call Ohio.
Hunter-Gatherers

5. Early people dressed in and wore boots made from .

6. These people lived in or under .

7. Because both hunting and gathering food were very important parts of their lives, these people were called



.
Infographic

*Atlatl:

8. Early Ohioans used and

to scrape animal skins.

9. List some of the prehistoric tools that were made from stone









AFTER THE ICE AGE

10. As the environment changed, the people discovered new ways to find and . They also discovered new ways of doing things to make their life .




A New Way of Life

11. Hunters began to catch animals and since they no longer hunted herds of big animals they did not need to so often.

12. Small-animal hunters formed with as many as

to people.

13. People began to with groups in other places.



Chapter 3: Early People of Ohio

Lesson 2: The Mound Builders (pages 62-68)

THE BIG PICTURE


*Great Serpent Mound: __________________________________________

*Culture:



  1. The groups of Native Americans that built mounds in North America are called

.


THE ADENA PEOPLE

  1. Mound Builders began living in Ohio almost

years ago.

  1. We call the early Mound Builders the


Ohio’s First Farmers

  1. The Adena people did not need to as often as the hunter-gatherers because they learned the new skill of .

  2. They grew , , and

_____________.

  1. By these people were able to raise more food for their group.

  2. Adena people made pottery, , jewelry, and .


OHIO’S EARTH WORKERS

  1. The largest mound built by the Adena is the

.

Burial Mounds

*Religion:

  1. The Adena used the mounds to _______________.

  2. They also buried and other special items alongside their dead

THE HOPEWELL PEOPLE

  1. Before the Adena disappeared, a group of people we call began to build

here.
Long-Distance Trade

*Barter:

  1. Hopewell traders traveled by to carry goods over Ohio rivers.

  2. The hunters carved , that was came from the _______ Mountains, into spear points.


Village Life

  1. The Hopewell were probably the first people in Ohio to raise .

  2. About or families lived together in the Hopewell villages.


SKILLED MOUND BUILDERS

  1. Hopewell people from small worked together to build .

Earth Monuments

*Fort Ancient:



Graves and Calendars

*Shaman:

  1. The Hopewell buried their and other important people in mounds.

  2. Scientists think that the Hopewell used the mounds to follow the of the sun and

.
THE FORT ANCIENT PEOPLE

  1. About years went by before the people developed mounds in Ohio.

  2. The Hopewell had as many as villagers that lived in one place.

Complete the following graph using the information you have learned about the Adena, Hopewell, and Fort Ancient people.

ADENA HOPEWELL FORT ANCIENT




The Adena were here about

When were they here? 3, 000-2,000 years ago


Where did they live?


They farmed, gathered,

What did they do? hunted, and traded.

These people build the

Description of Mounds Great Serpent Mound.


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