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Alabama History Chapter 1 Review. What river runs down the Georgia and Alabama border?. Dothan River Chattahoochee River Alabama River Houston River. Answer!. B. Chattahoochee River. Which Indians moved to Alabama because they were following herds of now-extinct food animals?.

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Alabama history chapter 1 review

Alabama History Chapter 1 Review


What river runs down the georgia and alabama border

What river runs down the Georgia and Alabama border?

  • Dothan River

  • Chattahoochee River

  • Alabama River

  • Houston River


Answer

Answer!

B. Chattahoochee River


Which indians moved to alabama because they were following herds of now extinct food animals

Which Indians moved to Alabama because they were following herds of now-extinct food animals?

  • Creek Indians

  • Archaic Indians

  • Paleo Indians

  • Woodland Indians


Answer1

Answer!

C. Paleo Indians


How many years ago did people first come to alabama

How many years ago did people first come to Alabama?

  • 1,000,000 years ago

  • 12,000 years ago

  • 20 years ago

  • 24,000 years ago


Answer2

Answer!

B. 12,000 years ago


A throwing stick used by the archaic indians is called

A throwing stick used by the Archaic Indians is called…

  • Atlatl

  • Hammer

  • Sword

  • Stick


Answer3

Answer!

A. Atlatl


What is the movement of people or animals from one place to another called

What is the movement of people or animals from one place to another called?

  • Moving

  • Migration

  • Packing

  • Sailing


Answer4

Answer!

B. Migration


Which 4 states border alabama

Which 4 states border Alabama?

  • Georgia, Florida, Tennessee, Louisiana

  • Florida, Georgia, Tennessee, Mississippi

  • Florida, South Carolina, Tennessee, Mississippi

  • Georgia, Florida, Tennessee, Maryland


Answer5

Answer!

B. Florida, Georgia, Tennessee, Mississippi


What are inhabitants

What are inhabitants?

  • People who live in a particular place

  • The period of time before history was written down

  • Oyster shells

  • A fence of stakes set firmly in the ground to enclose or protect a place


Answer6

Answer!

A. People who live in a particular place


What are the 5 major geographic provinces of alabama

What are the 5 major geographic provinces of Alabama?

  • Piedmont, Ridge and Valley, Highland Rim, Black Belt, Coastal Plain

  • Coastal Plain, Gulf Coast, Highland Rim, Black Belt, Piedmont

  • Coastal Plain, Ridge and Coast, Highland Ridge, Piedmont, Cumberland Plateau

  • Highland Rim, Cumberland Plateau, Ridge and Valley, Piedmont, Coastal Plain


Answer7

Answer!

D. Highland Rim, Cumberland Plateau, Ridge and Valley, Piedmont, Coastal Plain


What is a fossil

What is a fossil?

  • Garbage dumps used by Archaic Indians

  • Artwork carved into rock walls by the Paleo Indians

  • Remains of a living thing from a former geologic age

  • People who live in a particular place


Answer8

Answer!

C. Remains of a living thing from a former geologic age


Which indians made bowls and other items from stone

Which Indians made bowls and other items from stone?

  • Archaic Indians

  • Paleo Indians

  • Creek Indians

  • Woodland Indians


Answer9

Answer!

D. Woodland Indians


We live in

We live in…

  • What city?

  • What county?

  • What state?

  • What country?

  • What continent?


We live in1

We live in…

  • What city?Dothan

  • What county?

  • What state?

  • What country?

  • What continent?


We live in2

We live in…

  • What city?Dothan

  • What county? Houston

  • What state?

  • What country?

  • What continent?


We live in3

We live in…

  • What city?Dothan

  • What county? Houston

  • What state? Alabama

  • What country?

  • What continent?


We live in4

We live in…

  • What city?Dothan

  • What county? Houston

  • What state? Alabama

  • What country? United States of America (U.S.A.)

  • What continent?


We live in5

We live in…

  • What city?Dothan

  • What county? Houston

  • What state? Alabama

  • What country? United States of America (U.S.A.)

  • What continent? North America


Alabama is located in which 2 hemispheres

Alabama is located in which 2 hemispheres?

  • Southern and Eastern

  • Eastern and Western

  • Northern and Western

  • Northern and Southern


Answer10

Answer!

C. Northern and Western


What are garbage dumps used by archaic indians

What are garbage dumps used by Archaic Indians?

  • Fossils

  • Palisades

  • Chiefdoms

  • Middens


Answer11

Answer!

D. Middens


What does erosion mean

What does erosion mean?

  • The wearing away of land by wind, water, or weather over a long period of time

  • Remains of a living thing from a former geologic age

  • A throwing stick

  • Artwork carved into rock


Answer12

Answer!

A. The wearing away of land by wind, water, or weather over a long period of time


What are chiefdoms

What are chiefdoms?

  • People who live in a particular area

  • Groups of tribes with common goals and beliefs that unite for power

  • Fences

  • Garbage dumps


Answer13

Answer!

B. Groups of tribes with common goals and beliefs that unite for power


Geologists are

Geologists are…

  • People that only eat meat

  • People that study past cultures

  • Scientists who study how the earth was formed

  • Woodland Indians


Answer14

Answer!

C. Scientists who study how the earth was formed


Good luck

Good Luck! 

  • Please take your time and read through EVERY answer choice.

  • Also, when you are matching—be sure to match the ones you know for sure FIRST…

  • THEN, move on to the ones you aren’t so sure about. Cross them out as you use them! It helps!

  • YOU CAN DO IT!

  • FOCUS!


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