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  1. Social StudiesChapter 2The First Americans 20 Questions! T. Sams Piedmont Elementary

  2. What is a group of families that are related to each other called? clan

  3. The Northwest Indians carved a post showing their family history. This was called a________. totem pole

  4. Who chose the men that served on the Iroquois Council? the women

  5. The Cherokee formed a_________, which is a group of governments that cooperate with each other. confederation

  6. Mayan cities are called city-states because_____. each city has its own ruler and government

  7. What did the Indians of the Great Plains depend on for food and other things? buffalo

  8. The Aztec’s empire included _________. 200,000 square miles in Middle America

  9. The Hopi lived in an adobe building with rooms on top of and next to one another called a _________. pueblo

  10. What do you call the practice of holding people against their will and treating them as property? slavery

  11. Why did the Chinooks of the NW hold potlatches? to share their wealth

  12. What is another word for exchanging goods, or trade? barter

  13. A cone-shaped house made from a log frame and covered with mud or grass used by the Navajo was called a________. hogan

  14. What was an important source of food for Native Americans on the NW coast? whales

  15. What did the Iroquois decide to do after many years of war? form the Iroquois League and agreed to live in peace

  16. A cone-shaped house made of poles and covered with buffalo skins is a _________. tepee

  17. What two things did the Navajos learn from the Hopis? weaving and farming

  18. The Iroquois home was made of bark with large doors at each end that housed several families called a________. longhouse

  19. Many Native Americans learned new ideas by_____. trading with other people

  20. The Chinook built a house partly over a hole dug in the ground called a ____________. Pit house

  21. North America became a land of great ________, or many differences, among its people. diversity

  22. North America became a land of great ________, or many differences, among its people. diversity

  23. Many native peoples often used _______, or stories handed down over time, to explain the past. legends

  24. That’s All! Keep Sharp Minds!