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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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native americans unit 1

Native AmericansUnit 1

2012-2013 Test Review

slide2

How did Native Americans of the Eastern Woodlands area prepare their land for planting crops?

slide6

The way of life of a people

including beliefs,

customs, etc is called

slide8

What affected the culture,

political systems and daily

life of Native

Americans?

slide10

How did the rivers

and streams in SC receive

their names?

slide11

Named for the tribes

living near them

slide12

What were the three main

crops grown by Native Americans

and what were they called?

slide13

Corn (Maize), beans,

squash- called

Three Sisters

slide16

What natural resources

did the Native Americans

use for farming?

slide18

How were the Native

Americans divided into

groups?

slide19

Where they lived

and languages they

spoke

slide21

Supply of food and

transportation

slide22

This tribe lived

near the coast and

used clams and oysters

as part of the food supply

slide24

This tribe lived

in the northwestern corner

of SC, had a holy man or woman

and a peacetime and wartime

leader

slide27

A building method

using thick walls of grass and clay

with bark and branch roofs

slide28

What belief did the Native

Americans hold about land?

slide29

The land is held in

trust to be shared among

the tribe and worked together

slide32

What three European

countries vied for colonies

to enrich their country?

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Which country brought

their Catholic religion, built

universities, social class system, and

government?

slide36

This country sailed down the

St. Lawrence River and the

Mississippi River, naming the area

Louisiana in honor of their king

slide38

This country’s settlers

were first attracted by gold but found

tobacco made them much money.

slide40

This country came for gold

but ended up establishing

plantations or encomiendas

slide42

This county established

good trading relations with Natives

to trade furs

slide44

These settlers brought their

protestant religion and ideas of

government based on the

Magna Carta

slide46

This explorer was the

first to see the interior of SC,

took a female queen hostage and later

died near the Mississippi River

slide47

Hernando

De Soto

slide48

Spain and France were unable to

establish a permanent settlement in SC

because…

slide49

Problems in the mother

country led to a lack of support and Native

Americans often attacked

slide50

Which country established

the first permanent settlement

in SC?

slide52

What was the French

settlement in SC called?

slide54

What Spanish settlement

Lasted 10 years until natives attacked and settlers

fled to St. Augustine?

slide55

San Felipe

(Santa Elena)

slide56

What Spanish settlement

lasted little more than

a year and was located along Waccamaw

River near Georgetown?

slide58

What was the first

permanent settlement in SC?

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Which colonial region had a mild climate, long growing season, fertile land with plantations, and many waterway?
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