Native Americans Unit 1. 2012-2013 Test Review. How did Native Americans of the Eastern Woodlands area prepare their land for planting crops?. Slash and Burn. How did Native Americans get their food?. Gathering nuts and fruits, hunting, farming. The way of life of a people
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2012-2013 Test Review
How did Native Americans of the Eastern Woodlands area prepare their land for planting crops?
customs, etc is called
political systems and daily
life of Native
and streams in SC receive
living near them
crops grown by Native Americans
and what were they called?
South Carolina tribes belonged to what regional culture/language group?
did the Native Americans
use for farming?
Americans divided into
and languages they
use rivers ?
near the coast and
used clams and oysters
as part of the food supply
in the northwestern corner
of SC, had a holy man or woman
and a peacetime and wartime
using thick walls of grass and clay
with bark and branch roofs
Americans hold about land?
trust to be shared among
the tribe and worked together
English colonies in North America were divided into what three groups?
countries vied for colonies
to enrich their country?
their Catholic religion, built
universities, social class system, and
St. Lawrence River and the
Mississippi River, naming the area
Louisiana in honor of their king
were first attracted by gold but found
tobacco made them much money.
but ended up establishing
plantations or encomiendas
good trading relations with Natives
to trade furs
protestant religion and ideas of
government based on the
first to see the interior of SC,
took a female queen hostage and later
died near the Mississippi River
establish a permanent settlement in SC
country led to a lack of support and Native
Americans often attacked
the first permanent settlement
settlement in SC called?
Lasted 10 years until natives attacked and settlers
fled to St. Augustine?
lasted little more than
a year and was located along Waccamaw
River near Georgetown?
permanent settlement in SC?