Social Studies Chapter 3\peeples
Terms in this set (21)
a large community of people who have many things in common
stories that tell about the past
tall, log wall that surrounded villages
Cherokee winter homes made of daub and wattle
mixture of clay and grass used to make asis
bark and branches used to make the roofs of asis
to stretch animal skin to make it lighter
a group of people who meet to discuss issues and provide leadership
a Native American home made from wood, bark, and grasses
a person who goes to new places to learn about them
a shiny rock
3 Facts About the Cherokee Nation
1. lived in the mountains
2. built asis
3. had both a White and a Red leader
3 Facts About the Catawba Nation
1. lived in the piedmont
2. famous for making pottery
3. had a village council house
3 Facts About the Edisto Nation
1. lived near the ocean
2. made clothes from Spanish moss
3. fished in the ocean
Why the Europeans explored SC
1. new land
"for King and Country" means...
that when the explorers found land, it belonged to their king and country.
1. came from SPAIN to SC to...
2. to meet Native Americans and start good relationships
3. to find gold and silver
4. to learn more about the land beyond the coast
3 facts about Jean Ribault
1. explorer from FRANCE
2. traveled along the coast
3. was sent to start a settlement
Hernando de Soto
1. came from SPAIN
2. explored Confitachiqui
What did the Europeans call the land that Columbus found? Why was this name somewhat silly?
the "New World", which was silly, because thousands of people, like the Cherokee and Catawba, had been living there for thousands of years...
what was "bartering"?
a word used for Indian trading. They did not use money. They traded what they had for what they wanted or needed.