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  Welcome to cultures.com
This site is devoted to cultures, living and ancient, and the promotion of world communication and world peace.
We are emphatically opposed to preemptive warfare and fervently believe that the United States cannot and should not go it alone in the world without its allies and friends.
Cultures est consacré à la promotion de la communication mondiale et de la paix mondiale.
www.cultures.com   (224 words)

  
  CSISS Classics - Friedrich Ratzel, Clark Wissler, and Carl Sauer: Culture Area Research and Mapping
Researchers may define a culture area by plotting the distribution of a single cultural trait, such as maize agriculture, and uniting all the communities that share this trait into a single cultural area.
Culture area analysis has been used widely in both anthropology and cultural geography because it facilitates comparisons between regions, assists in the historical reconstruction of cultural development, and lends itself to questions about the impact of the natural environment on the form of human cultures.
The map, which is designed to highlight similarities in food gathering techniques, lists seven culture areas: the woodsmen of the eastern forests, the hunters of the plains, the Navaho shepherds, the Pueblo farmers, the desert dwellers, the seed gatherers and the northern fishermen.
www.csiss.org /classics/content/15   (771 words)

  
 American Indians, Culture Areas, Tribes   (Site not responding. Last check: )
This area covers the territory from the Atlantic seaboard across the Appalachians to the Mississippi Valley, and north to south, from the Great Lakes to the Tidewater region of present-day Virginia and North Carolina, and beyond the Cumberland River in Tennessee.
The Southeast culture area stretches from the Atlantic Ocean westward to the arid lands beyond the Trinity River in present-day Texas, and from the Gulf of Mexico northward to varying latitudes in the present-day states of Texas, Oklahoma, Arkansas, Missouri, Kentucky, West Virginia, Maryland, Virginia and North Carolina.
The Plateau culture area was not as densely populated as the Pacific coastal areas to the west.
www.american-indians.net /cultures.htm   (1999 words)

  
 Pages of Shades - Native Americans
The culture areas of North America are the Southwest, the Eastern Woodlands, the Southeast, the Plains, the California-Intermountain region, the Plateau, the Subarctic, the Northwest Pacific Coast, and the Arctic.
The Eastern Woodlands culture area (see 'maps') consists of the temperate-climate regions of the eastern United States and Canada, from Minnesota and Ontario east to the Atlantic Ocean and south to North Carolina.
The Southeast culture area (see 'maps') is the semitropical region north of the Gulf of Mexico and south of the Middle Atlantic-Midwest region; it extends from the Atlantic coast west to central Texas.
www.angelfire.com /realm/shades/nativeamericans/nativeam6.htm   (3418 words)

  
 Mississippian and Late Prehistoric Period - Southeastern Prehistory.
Coeval Mississippian areas include the Fort Ancient culture area of southern Ohio and eastern Kentucky, and the Caddoan Mississippian of eastern Oklahoma, eastern Texas, western Arkansas, and western Louisiana.
However, the Caddoan culture is generally viewed as a separate culture area from the Mississippian culture of the Southeast.
Other coeval Mississippian culture areas are the St. Johns culture area of northeastern Florida, the Glades and Calusa culture areas of southern Florida, and the coastal cultures of North Carolina.
www.cr.nps.gov /seac/outline/05-mississippian/index.htm   (1859 words)

  
 Caribbean Prehistory, SEAC
The Arawak culture is noted for large village sites of 1,000 to 5,000 people controlled by chiefdoms, with heavy emphasis on the cultivation of yucca and cassava, with supplemental hunting and shellfish-gathering, and the creation of ball courts or ceremonial plazas attached to the larger settlements.
This culture, termed the Saladoid culture, appears to have established itself initially in the southernmost Lesser Antilles as early as 500 B.C., and reached the area of the Virgin Islands and Puerto Rico by 345 B.C. Radiocarbon dates for these two island areas indicate the Saladoid period, or Cedrosan sub-series, lasted from ca.
Settlement patterns of the Saladoid culture tended to be on the flat coastal plains and alluvial valleys of Puerto Rico and the Virgin Islands, probably to utilize the maritime food resources and fertile soils for growing food crops, such as manioc, cassava, or yucca, and, to a lesser extent, maize.
www.cr.nps.gov /seac/caribpre.htm   (3657 words)

  
 About Gainesville - Gainesville Area History & Culture - City Of Gainesville, Florida - Official Website
The Gainesville area is home to a number of activities and sites of historical or cultural significance.
From natural history to the Civil War, Gainesville is a hotbed of noteworthy landmarks.
Gainesville boasts some of the area's most prestigious art collections and galleries.
www.cityofgainesville.org /about/culture   (181 words)

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