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North American Studies
Marathon to the Mansion-Checkpt 2
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Who were the first people to live in Virginia?
American Indians lived in _______ areas of Virginia.
Christopher Columbus called the people he found in the lands he explored "Indians" because he thought he was in the _______ (near China).
What evidence is there that American Indians lived in all areas of the sate?
Name two artifacts found in Virginia.
Name the three major language groups found in Virginia.
The ______ were part of the Algonquian language group.
What was spoken in Southwestern Virginia and in Southern Virginia near what is today North Carolina?
Which languages were spoken primarily in the Piedmont region?
Which languages were spoken primarily in the Tidewater region?
The Cherokee were a part of this language group?
The _________ were part of the Siouan language group.
Virginia's American Indians worked with the ________ and the ________ to meet their basic needs.
Virginia Indian ________ have changed over time.
relatively mild with 4 distinct seasons
What are the characteristics of Virginia's climate?
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