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chapter 6 outline

Large wave of humans traveled from Siberia to Alaska 13,000 B.C.E.
Humans reached the southernmost part of South America 9500 B.C.E.
As hunting became difficult, agriculture began 7500 B.C.E.
Agricultural villages appeared after 3000 B.C.E.
Olmecs, the "rubber people," lived near the Gulf of Mexico 1200 B.C.E.
Decline of Olmecs: systematically destroyed ceremonial centers 400 B.C.E.
Tikal was the most important Maya political center 300 to 900 C.E.
Mayans deserted their cities 800 C.E.
Colossal pyramids of sun and moon 400 and 600 C.E.
Decline of Teotihuacan destroy 650 C.E.
The people produced pottery, built temples and pyramids 1800 B.C.E.
The ChavĂ­n Cult 900 to 300 B.C.E.
Early Andean states 300-700 C.E.
first millennium C.E. human communities in all habitable islands of the Pacific Ocean
Lapita Society from New Guinea to Tonga 1500-500 B.C.E.
Created by: Rodrigo2019