A young missionary who preached to the Indians with the help of an interpreter named Tatamy and died at age 29.
The first modern explorer to discover the New World.
He defeated General Custer at the battle of Little Bighorn.
His converts were called "praying Indians", he was given the nickname "Apostle to the Indians".
The first modern explorer to reach the mainland of North America.
He founded Rhode Island as well as the First Baptist Church in North America.
He developed a written language for the Cherokee called a syllabary.
A long hooded jacket made of different types of fur.
The highest waterfall in North America.
The record of what has happened to mankind.
A one-man boat stretched over with seal skin that Eskimos and Inuits used.
Ground that is permanently frozen.
The study of the earth.
A plain or a hilly region within the temperate zone called a "sea of grass".
The movement of a group of people or animals.
setting in which certain types of plants and animals thrive.
The way of life of a group of people.
The indians that were invited to the first thanksgiving.
The most important indian to the plains indians.
This tribe's name means "southerner".
The indians that are famous for their rug weaving.
The indians that are famous for their burial mounds.
The indians that lived in long houses.
The indians that kept a pictorial written chronicle of their history and traditions.
The animal that has done the most to change the landscape of North America.
The world's largest bay.
The most prominent landform in eastern North America.
Bay of Fundy
The place where you find some of the world's highest tides.
Canada's highest peak.
St. Lawrence Seaway
The world's largest inland seaway.
The hottest, driest part of North America.
The largest freshwater lake in North America.
The longest river in the United States.
The deepest lake in North America.
Gulf of Mexico
The world's largest gulf.
Great Salt lake
The largest salt water lake in North America.
The largest canyon in the world.
The deepest canyon in North America.