What is north American neolithic

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During this period. Many indigenous peoples began to adopt agriculture, sedentary lifestyles, and permanent settlements. It lead to significant changes in social structures and culture. The Neolithic period in North America also saw the rise of complex societies like the Adena, Hopewell, and Mississippian cultures, who built large ceremonial mounds and traded across long distances.

Cuevas del Pendejo;

No wonder everyone wanted a woolly mammoth;

Blackwater Draw;

Panthera onca augusta, commonly known as the ‘giant jaguar’, is a species of jaguar that survived almost 2 million years ago, until about 11,700 years ago;


Bonfire Shelter & Eagle Cave;

New Mexico white sands fossilized footprints – 21,000-23,000 years ago;

Buttermilk Creek;

Bluefish Caves;

An extinct group of large, herbivorous armadillos have a genus called glyptodont. The glyptotherium or ‘groove carved beast’ is apart of it.


North American scimitar – homotherium serum

Giant short faced bear: arctodus simus

Watson Brake, Louisiana;

Giant beaver (castoroides ohioensis);

Neolithic tar sands, Rancho La Brae;

Kimmswick Bone Bed, Jefferson County Missouri;

Kennewick, Washington;

Shoop, East Pennsylvania;

American antelope: Pronghorn, or antilocapra americana is a species of artiodactyl (even-toed, hoofed) mammal indigenous to interior western and central north America that is built for speed, and runs 90 km/h.

Neolithic Site: El Fin del Mundo (‘End of the Earth), Sonora, Mexico

Saltville, Smyth County, Virginia;

Meadowcroft rockshelter or sand stone re-entrant;

Information on House Mice;

Jeffersons sloth, megalonyx or (greek) “giant claw” is an extinct genus of ground sloths of the family megalonychidae.

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Neolithic Arch on YouTube