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By William Elwood Byerly

ISBN-10: 0486613623

ISBN-13: 9780486613628

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It is thought, however, that some among the Mogollon Indians were ancestral to the present-day Zuni. , a second Southwest culture had arisen out of the Archaic Desert-Cochise tradition—the Hohokam, which translates as the “vanished ones” in the Akimel O’odham (Pima) language. These ancient people were concentrated to the west of the Mogollon Indians in the desert lands of the Gila and Salt River valleys in present-day Arizona, lands broken only by volcanic hills. In their early stages, Hohokam peoples demonstrated the three basic traits that define the Mogollon culture—agriculture (in their case on river floodplains), pithouses, and pottery.

As a result, some contemporary Mexicans have Aztec ancestry. The Aztec language, Nahuatl, also has survived among some     of the peasants living in the small villages surrounding Mexico City. Aztec descendants are known as the Nahua. Aztec clothing revealed social status. The Chief of Men wore tunics of coyote fur, white duck and other bird feathers, and dyed cotton. He also wore gold, silver, and jade jewelry, including a nose ornament made from turquoise. He was the only person in Aztec society who could wear turquoise jewelry or turquoise-colored clothing.

Whether Poverty Point peoples migrated northward and helped create the next great mound-building culture, that of the Adena Indians, is not known. c. d. 200, radiated from the Ohio River Valley into territory that is now Kentucky, West Virginia, Indiana, Pennsylvania, and New York. indd 28 12/1/08 9:29:17 AM well. Adena Indians are named after an estate near Chillicothe, Ohio, where a large mound stands in what was the heartland of the culture. There is some evidence of incipient agriculture in Adena culture—the cultivation of sunflowers, pumpkins, gourds, and goosefoot as food sources.

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