People began to arrive in North America about 40,000 years ago when they crossed this... that connected Asia and North America.
the first people to come to North America were these
Hunter-gatherers hunted these animals 40,000 years ago
Duchess Quarry Caves
the place scientists found artifacts that proved hunter-gatherers came to NY about 11,500 years ago
Objects made by people in the past
A scientists who studies artifacts to learn about the past
the period of time before people left written records
When the Ice Age ended, the hunter-gatherers became these...
the members of the Grand Council
a belt made of small, polished beads used to speak at meetings
the Onondaga were called this because they were located in the center of NY
the 6th nation to join the Iroquois Confederacy
4 rights protected by by Iroquois Confederacy
4.) speak and worship freely
this was formed of the 5 nations at the time of the Great Peace
Hiawatha and Dekanawideh
Two Iroquois men who worked together to bring peace
"The Great Peace Maker"
the 4 laws that protected the rights of the Iroquois were called the...
Tree of Great Peace
a pine tree planted by Deganawida to symbolize the Great Laws
a group of families who share a common ancestor
the head of each clan
the place where men representing each clan made decisions
annual meeting of all the tribes' sachems
the history, beliefs, and customs that a group of people share
Iroquois and Algonkian
two groups of Eastern Woodland People that lived in NY in 1300
what the Iroquois called themselves that means "People of the Longhouse"
6 Nations of Iroquois
wooden buildings that up to 20 families lived in
people in your family who lived long ago
two chores eastern Woodland children did
1.) gather water and wood
2.) hunt and cook