What two major groups of Mound Builders lived in North America?
There were various groups of Mound Builders in North America for 5,000 years. These include the Adena and the Hopewell.
The Mound Builders were various groups of prehistoric inhabitants of North America who built mounds. The mounds of North America, according to archaeological research, were built over a long period of time, about 5,000 years, by different types of societies. Mound Builder or Mound People is also a general term referring to the Native North American peoples who constructed various styles of earthen mounds. In the eastern US, these included the Archaic, Woodland, and Mississippian…
Margaret Zehmer Searcy has written: 'Wolf dog of the Woodland Indians' -- subject(s): Fiction, Indians of North America, Juvenile fiction, Stone age, Dogs 'Ikwa of the temple mounds' -- subject(s): Juvenile fiction, Indians of North America, Fiction, Mound-builders, Mound builders 'Alli Gator gets a bump on his nose' -- subject(s): Indians of North America, Folklore
M. F. Force has written: 'Marching across Carolina' -- subject(s): Campaigns, Personal narratives, Sherman's March through the Carolinas, History 'Prehistoric Man, Darwinism And Deity and The Mound Builders' 'Manning Ferguson Force papers, 1835-1885' -- subject(s): Correspondence, Evolution (Biology), Family, Generals, History, Lawyers, Sources, United States Civil War, 1861-1865 'From Fort Henry to Corinth (Campaigns of the Civil War (Book Sales))' 'Some early notices of the Indians of Ohio' -- subject(s): Indians of North America, Mound-builders
Hundreds of ethnic and religious groups comprise of the migrants to North America. The largest ethnic groups include German, British, Chinese, Indian, French, Russian, Japanese, South Korean, and Filipino. The largest religious groups include Catholics, Protestants, Muslims, non-religious, and Buddhists.