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EE321 HI Ch.4-5 Review
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fourth largest country in the world
the most prominent landform in eastern North America is a system of low mountain ranges called the _____________
pioneer families passed on their way west through the _________.
the largest known underground cave system in the world; located in Kentucky
has some of the most extensive deciduous forests in the world
slopes from the eastern edge of the Appalachians down to the Atlantic Coastal Plain; fall line
world's second largest body of water; also the saltiest ocean
some of the fish once abundant in the Atlantic:
cod, herring, haddock, ocean perch, sardine, tuna, and hake
the Indians used the shells of the quahog to make beads called _______
some of the birds living in the eastern woodlands include:
the wild turkey and the bald eagle
one of the biggest mammals in the Eastern Woodlands
built burial mounds
the Iroquois League of Five Nations included:
Mohawk, Oneida, Onondaga, Cayuga, and Seneca
largest Indian group in the eastern U.S.
Iroquois League of Five Nations
Iroquois lived in _______
name of this tribe means "man-eaters"
name of this tribe means "southerners"
name of this tribe means "run-away"
the Indians that the Pilgrims were invited to share that first Thanksgiving dinner
an Indian met by the Pilgrims upon landing at Plymouth Rock in 1620
the Wampanoag chief
this tribe kept a pictorial chronicle of their history and traditions
translated the first complete Bible to be printed in America
became known as the "Apostle to the Indians"
Swedish Lutheran missionary
founded America's first Baptist church
a famous Mohawk chief; helped translate parts of the Bible/Anglican prayer book into the Mohawk language
fought to keep all white men out of Indian territory
invented the syllabary language for the Cherokees
a plain or a hilly region within the temperate zone that is covered by grasses
often experience more extreme weather conditions than other areas like the coasts
plants dry up and break off from their roots, becoming ________
largest land animal of the Western Hemisphere; most important animal to the Indians of the plains
The _______ rise as much as 2,000 feet above the plains just west of the Mississippi River
The Blacks Hills are famous for ________
a region which the Indians called Mako Sica
contains rich deposits of iron ore; means "giant"
chief river of North America and largest river in the U.S.
chief tributary of the Mississippi; longest river in N. America
three most important western tributaries of the Mississippi are the:
Missouri River, Arkansas River, and the Red River
some of the country's busiest industrial regions are located along the ________.
tributary of Ohio River
Mississippi River begins flowing from _________
forms one of the greatest inland waterway systems in the world
largest island of the West Indies
named for the black moccasins they wore
tribe means "friends" or "allies"
Dakota; shortened to Sioux
a Sioux medicine man and chief
pole-framed tents covered with skins
drove the Dakota and the Cheyenne Indians into the plains
Ojibwa (Chippewa) Indians
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