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EARLY MISSOURIANS. WE WANT TO BE MILLIONAIRES!!. How to Play. The class works as a whole to win a million dollars! Each contestant plays a question The contestant hears the question and may get help by: --phone a friend --survey the audience --50/50.

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early missourians

EARLY MISSOURIANS

WE WANT TO BE MILLIONAIRES!!

how to play
How to Play
  • The class works as a whole to win a million dollars!
  • Each contestant plays a question
  • The contestant hears the question and may get help by:

--phone a friend

--survey the audience

--50/50

what s the word
What’s the word?
  • A relative or family member who lived before you, any generation before
what s the word1
What’s the word?
  • to grow from seed to harvest
what s the word2
What’s the word?
  • The use and/or management of resources. It most often concerns how early cultures acquired and used resources for basic needs such as food, clothing, and shelter, but also involves the study of trade and exchange.
what s the word3
What’s the word?
  • A time before history was recorded in writing
what s the word4
What’s the word?
  • part of a culture, including its transportation, shelter, weapons, containers, utensils, tools, and shelter
what s the word5
What’s the word?
  • a spiritual leader who provided medical assistance
what s the word6
What’s the word?
  • is a distant relative to the modern elephant. It stood 7 to 10 feet tall and weighed four to six tons. They ate mainly trees, shrubs, and herbs in forests and woodlands. Remains of this extinct American Ice Age mammal are found throughout North America.
what s the word7
What’s the word?
  • a native American invention; a weaving that hangs between two trees to provide a place to rest
what s the word8
What’s the word?
  • all about an area: its climate, plants, and animals
what s the word9
What’s the word?
  • A process by which human beings tame wild animals and change the nature of plants. Native Americans tamed wolves and in doing so created the dog. They also cultivated some plants, eventually changing the plant\'s natural distribution, seed size, and its ability to reproduce.
what s the word10
What’s the word?
  • A family member from a later generation, one who comes AFTER you
what s the word11
What’s the word?
  • a particular way of life. It includes every part of life such as food preferences, tool making, clothing, language, marriage practices, and religion
what s the word12
What’s the word?
  • a native American invention; a first water transportation
what s the word13
What’s the word?
  • An object made or used by a human being.
what s the word14
What’s the word?
  • a spearthrower, first used by Archaic Indians to provide more power and length to a spear’s throw
name the groups in time order 500 000
Name the groups in time order$500,000
  • Ice Age
  • First cultivation
  • First bow and arrow, pottery, and corn planting
  • Large flat-topped mounds with plazas
name the groups in time order 500 0001
Name the groups in time order$500,000
  • Ice Age
  • First cultivation
  • First bow and arrow, pottery, and corn planting
  • Large flat-topped mounds with plazas

Paleo-Indian

Archaic

Woodland

Mississippi

what we have from native americans 750 000
What we have from Native Americans--$750,000
  • Name at least FIVE contributions Native Americans have made to our Missouri culture
native american contributions
Native American contributions
  • Words: papoose, tomahawk, hominy
  • Inventions: canoes, hammocks, parkas, moccasins, pipe
  • Foods: squash, corn, beans, potatoes, tomatoes
  • Place names: MO, MS, Niangua, Meramec, Wyandotte
how europeans affected native americans 2 contestants for 900 000
How Europeans affected Native Americans--2 contestants for $900,000
  • Name positive changes in Native Americans’ lives
  • Name negative effects of contact with Europeans
changes due to contact
Positive

--new goods, metal objects: kettles, knives, guns

--cloth, glass beads

--animals: horse, sheep, cattle

Negative

--hunted more animals than needed for food and clothing in order to trade

-- new diseases killed thousands

--had to rely on Europeans because they gave away their own products (furs for blankets)

Changes due to contact
name the social scientist 1 000 000
Name the social scientist:$1,000,000
  • Studies human remains and artifacts to determine how people lived in the past
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