The peoples who inhabited the Eastern Woodlands lived in farming villages as well as hunter-gatherer groups. The land was rich and fertile, and the climate provided ample rainfall. They also hunted the forests for animals such as bear, deer, elk, turkey, and squirrel.
One group of people who lived near the Mississippi River began to build large mounds where they buried their dead, along with tools and implements in elaborate religious ceremonies.
One of the functions of intelligence is to take account of the dangers that come from trusting solely to the intelligence.
In January 1942 Pan American airlines made the first around-the-world commercial flight.