← The central Valley and the Mountains Socail Studies Chapter 2 Lesson 3 Export Options Alphabetize Word-Def Delimiter Tab Comma Custom Def-Word Delimiter New Line Semicolon Custom Data Copy and paste the text below. It is read-only. Select All Granary Place to store acorns and grains. Division of Labor Dividing the work betewwn different workers. Specialize One job doing it well, e.g. Builders Foothill Low hill at base of mountain, or mountain range. Cooperate Cooperate- to work together. Write a paragragh explaining these terms. At the foothill of a mountain , Native Americans had to cooperate to get work done. While the men would hunt and cut trees, the women would weave baskets and store acorns in the granary.The Native Americans also had to divide work between different workers, and they would also have to specialize. What did tthe villages in a group share? a)The villlages qwned and shared hunting and fishing areas. b)They gathered for meeting and ceremonies in a special building. Who stood in front of the granaries to protect them? Guards. After reading the song what do the different descriptions of acorns in the song suggest. a) Maidus planted and collected different kinds of acorns. How were Maidu village groups arranged. a)There was a circle of villages with a villagein the center/middle. What mountain range form much of the eastern boundary of what were Maidu lands? The Sierra Nevadas. How did games help Miwok children? a) Taught them important skills and to work together .They also played games to get stronger , better and to have fun. In which tribe's lands was Tulare Lake? The Yokuts. List 6 steps to Making Acorn Flour. Review pictures as they will be on the test too. 1) Gather acorns from under the oak trees. 2) Crush the acorns with rocks and take off shells. 3)Use stones to grind acorns into flour. 4) Sift the flour through a basket to get rid of any large pieces. 5)Pour hot water over the acorn flour to take away the bitter taste(kept doing the process until the bitter taste was gone) 6)Dry flour inhot sun. Name three important foods that tribes ate in the Central Valley? a)acorns b) berries c)grasshoppers d)squirrels and rabbits e)pine nuts How were the ways of life of the Native Californians who lived in the Central Valley and the mountains of California alike? Language was in the same family Same natural resources Traded for goods they did not have. How were the ways of life of the Native Californians who lived in the Central Valley and the mountains of Califirnia different? They lived in different regions. They built different kinds of houses. They organized tribes differently.