Topic 14 First Settles of America - Coggle Diagram
Topic 14 First Settles of America
THE LIFE OF THE FIRST
In the north and south of America, the primitive settlers found an abundant and easy game.
They encountered thousands of thousands of animals on the great plains such as mastodons lions, deer, saber tooth tigers
In South America they mainly found herbivores such as:
It extermination concluded 10,000 years ago and it was massive and fast
All representatives of the megafauna ( giant animals) are extinct.
4 THE SETTLEMENT OF AMERICA
It may be surprising that these hunters and gatherers, who had Clovis-like tools, could reach Patagonia - located 13,000 km south of the United States-Mexico border United States and Canada - in less than 100 years.
1THE TIME OF ARRIVAL OF THE FIRST HUMAN BEINGS TO
For DNA data - the genetic human code - we know that the beginning of
settlement of America happened at least 20,000 years ago.
2 THE ROUTE THAT FOLLOWED THE FIRST SETTLERS
around 10,000 years ago through the Atlantic towards America South,specifically towards the coastal region of the Amazon Jungle
a connection linking North America and
South America and Asia.
the Bering Sea changed several times, sometimes leaving a dry land route
between Asia and America, and at other times flooding it
Where did they pass?
They went through a process of glaciation
Glaciation is the creation of dry terrain routes (it is a frozen stage)
There are those who say that large mammals of America became extinct due to climate change at the end of the last glacial period, but some people wonder why they survived 22 glacial periods before and in the 23 glacial period all at once died.
3 CLOVIS TECHNOLOGY
The discovery of the Clovis culture in technology.
left behind, which are mostly tools: scrapers, drills, blades, and distinctive blade-shaped spearheads called Clovis tips
Mainly by the way of carving several arrowheads of enormous size, archaeologists believed that the first people passed the source of Alaska
The culture is named after artifacts found near Clovis, New Mexico.