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Now there's recently been a scholarly debate about how people first arrived.

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We know that maybe 12, years ago, during an ice age, the sea level was lower, and so a spit of land in between the Americas and Asia was exposed, over which people may have traveled. But recent archeological evidence suggests that people were perhaps already in the Americas at the time of this ice age, so it's possible that they may have come earlier in boats.

Now however it was that they arrived, they spread north and south and east throughout the Americas so that by the time that Europeans arrived in the late s there were perhaps 50 million people. That's kind of a mid-range number for the estimates, that historians have made, living in the Americas. And of those, four to six million were living in North America. So how did these societies develop? Well, a really big moment was around BCE, when people in Mexico domesticated corn, maize, as it's also known.

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And domesticating maize meant that people who had originally been hunters, gatherers, following herds of animals could partake in settled agriculture. So they could develop villages, complex societies.

This isn't to say that they stopped hunting or gathering, but they began staying in one place. So let's zoom in a little bit and take a look at some of the major societies in these regions.


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Native American societies developed around their natural environments, using the resources that were available to them. For example, the Southwest, Plains and Great Basin were quite dry. A lot of desert. American Indian culture of the Northeast. American Indian culture of the Southeast. American Indian culture of the Plains. Lesson summary: Native American societies before contact. Practice: Native American societies before contact. Practice: Native American societies before European contact.

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Practice: European and African societies before contact. Next lesson. Current timeTotal duration Video transcript - [Instructor] Often when we think about the beginning of American history, we think , with the Declaration of Independence, or maybe , when Columbus arrived in the Americas.

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But the history of America really begins about 15, years ago, when people first arrived in the Americas. In this video, I want to provide a very brief overview of native societies before contact to give you an idea of just how diverse and complex these societies were, as native groups adapted to and interacted with their environments. Now there's recently been a scholarly debate about how people first arrived.

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