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WORDO REVIEW GAME. American Indians SOL 3a-3c. Inuit stationary Nottoway Lakota human artifacts Cactus Hill natural Archaeology Iroquois Great Plains Capital Pueblo archaeologist Nomadic Kwakiutl Southwest Alaska & Northern Canada Bering Strait

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Inuit stationary Nottoway Lakota

human artifacts Cactus Hill natural

Archaeology Iroquois Great Plains

Capital Pueblo archaeologist

Nomadic Kwakiutl Southwest

Alaska & Northern Canada Bering Strait

Eastern Woodlands Pacific Northwest

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  • Objects that have been made, used, or changed by humans.
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artifacts

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  • This American Indian group inhabited the Pacific-Northwest coast.
  • Clothing was made from the bark of cedar trees.
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Kwakiutl

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  • This American Indian group inhabited the region that consists of dry grasslands with huge bison (buffalo) herds.
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  • This American Indian group inhabited the heavily forested northeastern United States.
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Iroquois

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  • This American Indian group inhabited in the Southwest which is modern-day Arizona and New Mexico.
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  • The scientific study of past cultures and the way people lived that is based on material evidence or things they left behind is known as __________.
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archaeology

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  • Some scientists and archaeologists believe that humans may have lived in this location in southeastern Virginia as early as 15,000 years ago.
  • One of the oldest archaeological sites in North America.
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Cactus Hill

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  • An _____________ studies human behavior by taking clues left behind by the people of the past.
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archaeologist

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  • ____________ resources come from nature.
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  • Name the American Indian group that inhabited this type of dwelling.
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Iroquois

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  • Rivers, animals, cedar trees, and fish are examples of what type of resource?
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  • Name the American Indian group that inhabitedthis type of dwelling.
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  • Cactus Hill is located near the ______________ River.
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Nottoway

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  • Name the American Indian group that inhabited this type of dwelling.
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  • ___________ resources are the goods produced to make other goods and services.
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  • Name the American Indian group that inhabitedthis type of dwelling.
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  • Which region was characterized by dry grasslands where the Lakota hunted buffalo?
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Great Plains

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  • American Indians fishing, hunting for animals, or making clothing is an example of what type of resource?
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  • Name the American Indian group that inhabitedthis type of dwelling.
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Kwakiutl

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  • _____________ resources are people working to produce goods and services.
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  • The Pueblo lived in this region which was a very hot, dry area that bordered cliffs and mountains.
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Southwest

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  • It is believed that the humans entered North America from Asia by crossing the ___________ when ice covered its surface about 12,000 years ago.
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Bering Strait

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  • The Kwakiutl, Pueblo, and sometimes the Iroquois were __________; they usually built their homes and stayed put.
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stationary

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  • The Iroquois fished, hunted, and farmed the “three sisters”—corn , beans, and squash--in this heavily forested region.
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Eastern Woodlands

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  • Canoes, bows, and spears are examples of what type of resources?
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  • This group lived in present-day Alaska and northern Canada.
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  • The Kwakiutl lived in this mild, rainy region. This region could get as much as 100 inches of rain a year.
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Pacific Northwest

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  • The Inuit, Lakota, and sometimes the Iroquois were _________; they often moved to follow their food source.
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  • The Inuit lived in this region where the temperature would sometimes get as low as 50 degrees below 0.
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Northern Canada

& Alaska

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