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CRCT Review Study Presentation

CRCT Review Study Presentation

Georgia Studies. CRCT Review Study Presentation. Geography of Georgia/Georgia’s Beginnings. Standards and Elements: SS8G1 SS8H1. Geography of Georgia. Georgia is located in the following areas: - Region : South, Southeast, etc. - Nation (Country): U.S.A.

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CRCT Review Study Presentation

CRCT Review Study Presentation

Georgia Studies. CRCT Review Study Presentation. Unit 1: Geography of Georgia/Georgia’s Beginnings. Standards and Elements: SS8G1 SS8H1. Geography of Georgia. Georgia is located in the following areas: - Region : South, Southeast, etc. - Nation (Country): U.S.A.

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CRCT Review Study Presentation

CRCT Review Study Presentation

Georgia Studies. CRCT Review Study Presentation. Unit 1: Geography of Georgia/Georgia’s Beginnings. Standards and Elements: SS8G1 SS8H1. Geography of Georgia. Georgia is located in the following areas: - Region : South, Southeast, etc. - Nation (Country): U.S.A.

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Woodland Indians

Woodland Indians

Woodland Indians. By: Courtney, Reigan, Drake, Evan, Tyler. Names Of The Different Tribes. Mohawks, Oneidas, Onondagas, Cayugas, Senecas, Hurons, Tuscaroras. Types Of Food They Ate!.

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Eastern Woodland Indians

Eastern Woodland Indians

Eastern Woodland Indians. By Espen , Connor, Erion , Luke, Chandra, Adonis, and Emma. Shelter of the woodland Indians.

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The Woodland Indians

The Woodland Indians

The Woodland Indians. Where did they live???. They were moderate-climate regions roughly from the Atlantic to the Mississippi River and included the Great Lakes. From the Ohio River north into Canada is the Northern Woodland tribes

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eastern woodland Indians

eastern woodland Indians

eastern woodland Indians. The Indians in the Eastern Woodland Culture lived east of the Plains Indians. These Indians, like the Indians of the other cultures depended on the natural resources around them for all of their basic needs.

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The Woodland Indians

The Woodland Indians

The Woodland Indians. By: Hannah Cooper Morgan Poindexter & Mika Shanle. How did the Woodland I ndians make their clothing?. The Woodland Indians made their clothing out of buffalo skins and many other animals. The Woodland Indians used every part of the buffalo.

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Eastern Woodland Indians

Eastern Woodland Indians

Eastern Woodland Indians. By Anne Sorenson Second Grade Curriculum asorenson@forsyth.k12.ga.us. Table of Contents. Tribes Location People Homes Clothing. Food Leaders Quiz Reference. Tribes. Seminole Cherokee Iroquois Powhatan. Location. Seminole. Cherokee. Powhatan.

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The Eastern Woodland Indians

The Eastern Woodland Indians

The Eastern Woodland Indians. by Brandon Popham and Ashleigh Cheatham . The homes of the Iroquois. The Iroquois lived long houses, they were made of bark, logs, and cedar planks. The homes of the creek.

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Woodland and Plains Indians

Woodland and Plains Indians

Woodland and Plains Indians. Woodland Indians. Tribes Iroquois Wampanoag Cree Algonquin. Woodland Indians Habitats. Woodland Indians live in two different types of homes. They live in WIGWAMS and LONGHOUSES. <- Wigwams. Longhouses ->. Woodland Indians Habitats- Wigwams.

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Eastern Woodland Indians Tribes

Eastern Woodland Indians Tribes

Eastern Woodland Indians Tribes. Created and Presented By Pam Pirtle 3 rd Grade Spring Creek Elementary. Tribes. The group of Native American known as the Woodland Indians is made up of several tribes. These are some of the major tribes. Delaware Wampanoag Huron

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The Eastern Woodland Indians & Southeast Indians

The Eastern Woodland Indians & Southeast Indians

The Eastern Woodland Indians & Southeast Indians. Lesson 6. Life in the Eastern Woodlands. The Eastern Woodlands covers the U.S. east of the Mississippi River. Eastern Woodland people had many uses for trees: Canoes Shelter Food (Maple Syrup) T hey lived in permanent villages.

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