History of the US
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THE NATIVE AMERICAN PEOPLES OF OUR WESTERN DESERTS
- A GENERAL CHRONOLOGY -
Paleo-Indians Arrival date uncertain to 6500 B. C.
Desert Archaic 6500 B. C. to 1200 B. C.
The Anasazi (Ancestral to Modern Pueblos) Basketmaker 1200 B. C. to 700 A. D. Pueblo 700 A. D. to Present
The Salado The Salado are believed to have been a group of wayfaring Anasazi who experienced moderate Mogollon influence. 900 A.D. -- 1450 A.D Mogollon (Possibly Ancestral to Hopis & Zunis) 0 A. D. to 1500 A. D.
Hohokam (Possibly Ancestral to Pimas) 100 B. C. to 1300 A. D.
Fremont (Possibly Ancestral to Utes) 400 A. D. to 1300 A. D.
Patayan (Yuman) 500 A. D. to Present
Sinagua 1100 A. D. to 1400 A. D.
The Athapaskan (Apache & Navajo) 1500 A. D. (or Earlier) to Present
1100AD peak, 1350AD vanished
Lost cities #8: mystery of Cahokia – why did North America's largest city vanish? Long before Columbus reached the Americas, Cahokia was the biggest, most cosmopolitan city north of Mexico. Yet by 1350 it had been deserted by its native inhabitants the Mississippians – and no one is sure why. https://www.theguardian.com/cities/2016/aug/17/lost-cities-8-mystery-ahokia-illinois-mississippians-native-americans-vanish