Social Studies Chapter 2
Terms in this set (15)
A scientist who studies artifacts to learn how people lived in the past.
The time before written records.
A person who found food both by hunting animals and gathering plants, fruits, and nuts.
The business of growing crops and raising animals.
The history, traditions, beliefs, and customs that a group of people share.
A long wooden building in a Native American village in which many related families lived.
A round Native American home in which just one family lived made from arched poles covered with bark.
Someone in your family who came before you.
An area protected or set aside for the use of Native Americans.
An association of people or nations to work for their common interests.
A group of families who share the same ancestors.
The head of a clan among the Iroquois people.
A group of people who meet to talk and make decisions.
A member of the Grand Council of the Iroquois League.
Polished beads used in Ceremonies by Iroquois and other Native Americans to represent certain ideas; also used in gift-giving and trading.