Adena culture ohio

4th grade mound builders.notebook - Mentor Public Schools

Adena Culture The Adena were the first culture to build mounds in Ohio. They were here about 3,000 years ago. They lived in the same place for a long time — This allowed them to make bigger and heavier tools They were Ohio's first farmers. They grew pumpkins, squash, and sunflowers. Since they farmed they didn't have to look for as

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December 11th,2019

Moundbuilders Background Information Sheet

Adena Moundbuilder culture can be divided into three periods. The first is the Adena. The Adena lived in the Ohio River Valley from 1000 B.C. to 200 B.C. Although they lived in villages, they did not farm. They got their food from hunting, fishing, and gathering. The Adena traded copper and mica objects with other tribes.

December 11th,2019

ADENA FAST FACTS

Adena’s service region includes 12 counties in south central and southern Ohio; with a population of 510,964 (U.S. Census, 2013) The vast majority of Adena’s caregivers live near the patients they serve: – 68% of Adena doctors live in our 12-county service area – 95% of Adena nurses live in our 12-county service area

December 11th,2019

The Adena Culture

Adena culture is named for the large Adena Mound on Governor Thomas Worthington's early 19th century estate called Adena in Chillicothe, Ohio. The Adena were hunters, gatherers, and gardeners. They hunted deer, elk, bear, wild turkey, rabbits, squirrels, and other animals with stone-tipped spears to provide food and clothing. They hunted for ...

December 11th,2019

4th grade mound builders.notebook - Mentor Public Schools

Adena Culture The Adena were the first culture to build mounds in Ohio. They were here about 3,000 years ago. They lived in the same place for a long time — This allowed them to make bigger and heavier tools They were Ohio's first farmers. They grew pumpkins, squash, and sunflowers. Since they farmed they didn't have to look for as

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