CHAPTER 3: EARLY NATIVE AMERICAN LIFE Name: ____________________ Kennewick Man What new information did archaeologists learn after the discovery of Kennewick Man? Why did Native American object to the scientific study of Kennewick Man?
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CHAPTER 3: EARLY NATIVE AMERICAN LIFE Name: ____________________
What new information did archaeologists learn after the discovery of Kennewick Man?
Why did Native American object to the scientific study of Kennewick Man?
Coastal People vs. Plateau People
Complete the chart below using the information from the textbook!
CHAPTER 3: EARLY NATIVE AMERICAN LIFE
List three ways horses changed the lifestyle of the Indian people.
List three ways indirect contact with European explorers affected Native Americans in the Pacific Northwest almost 100 years before direct contact occurred.
CHAPTER 4: THE GREAT ENCOUNTER
The First Visitors
What country sent the first explorers to this region?
What was the Northwest Passage?
Why did the fur trade end in the Pacific Northwest?
Lewis and Clark
Who sent Lewis and Clark to the Pacific Ocean? What were three things the men were supposed to do?
CHAPTER 5: LOOKING WEST
Why did so many Native Americans die after explorers, pioneers, and missionaries arrived?
Identify main reasons that people wanted to move west across the country.
CHAPTER 6: LIFE IN WASHINGTON TERRITORY
Describe two ways in which pioneer life was different from your life.
Identify three industries that emerged in the Pacific Northwest in the 19th century.