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Kentucky History Review. Chapter 3 Test Created by Gina Crider Southwest Calloway Elementary. 1. What is an archeologist? . An archeologist is a person who specializes in the study of things from long ago. What does an anthropologist do for a living?.

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Kentucky History Review

Chapter 3 Test

Created by Gina Crider

Southwest Calloway Elementary







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“Paleo” means… humans. Some examples are tools, pottery, and clothing.


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What made prehistoric animals come to Kentucky? humans. Some examples are tools, pottery, and clothing.


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Why did prehistoric people come to Kentucky? humans. Some examples are tools, pottery, and clothing.


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They followed the animals for food. humans. Some examples are tools, pottery, and clothing.


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Explain how the Paleo Indians lived. humans. Some examples are tools, pottery, and clothing.


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What did Paleo Indians use for clothes? humans. Some examples are tools, pottery, and clothing.

Hint, hint…They had animal magnetism. Some of them probably looked “foxy”!


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They used animal skins. humans. Some examples are tools, pottery, and clothing.


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They became extinct. humans. Some examples are tools, pottery, and clothing.

(That’s it. They bit the dust. Adios amigos! Extinction is forever.)


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What was an atlatl? the Paleo Indians?


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An atlatl was a spear thrower. the Paleo Indians?




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How were Woodland Indians able to clear larger areas of land, which helped them stay in one place longer?


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Which were the first Indians to live in houses year round? land, which helped them stay in one place longer?


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What was the main job of Mississippian Indians? land, which helped them stay in one place longer?


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