MS Chapter 2 Review
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Have found few traces of this era of Indians in Mississippi
Used stone tools, gathered fruits & nuts, and hunted Deer and Turkey with spears
Built religious buildings and the homes of chiefs on top of their flat, rectangular mounds
Built villages surrounded by wooden defenses
Used both copper and stone tools
Followed large animals such as mastodons and mammoths
Produced many different styles of pottery
Began the use of bows and arrows
Had to adjust to a warmer, drier climate and the death of large animals
Built burial mounds over tombs sometimes shaped like birds or animals
Term meaning tracing a line of descent through the mother rather than the father
A native american chief
Term refers to working as farmers
yielding of land to another party; in the case of Native Americans, to the US government
a religious official who introduced Native Americans to the christian faith
Effective system of written communication; used words and symbols instead of written words
To join or become part of
group of Native Americans that included several families with a common ancestry
Requiring clan members to marry outside the clan
Term used for the "Peace Pipe"
Indian tribe: "Those who listen and see"
Indian Tribe; Grey village of the Natchez
Indian Tribe; "Dog People"
This tribes name means "Waters of the Dead"
Tribe named "Bread People"
This tribe made their tools out of Bison and Deer antlers
This tribes name means "The People"
Tribe name means "People at the source of the stream"
"Red Crawfish" tribe
The Great Sun was this tribes ceremonial leader
This tribe was allies with the English
This tribe developed their own breed of horse
The second largest tribe in the Southeastern U.S.
Tribe that was thoroughly tattooed
Tribe that was considered most agrarian
Proud warriors and excellent hunters
Few that were left merged with the Chickasaw
Heavily involved with Indian slave trading
Nicknamed "long hairs & flatheads"
Eventually wiped out by the French/ Choctaws @ Ft.Rosalie