The position of one place compared to other places.
One of Earth's seven largest land masses.
The number of people who live in an area.
A group of connected mountains.
The gradual wearing away of the Earth's surface.
An area of flat or rolling land covered mostly by grasses.
The surroundings in which people, plants, and animals live.
An early family member.
An idea based on study research.
The movement of people.
An object made by a person.
A group of people with ways of life, religion, and learning.
A way of life or an idea handed down from the past.
A group of people in a society who have something in common.
division of labor
Work that is divided so that it is possible to produce more goods.
A wall made of tall wooden poles to protect a village from enemies.
A long wooden building in which several families could live.
Beads cut from seashells to make designs that showed important decisions, events, or stories, or traded and exchanged for goods.
A loose group of governments working together.
A round, bark-covered shelter.
A large round earthen house used by Central Plains Native Americans.
A layer of soil held together by the roots of grasses.