Scott Foresman Social Studies Chapter 2 Grade 5
Native Americans of North America
Terms in this set (40)
a group of families bound together under a single leadership.
an organization that people form which unites them for a particular purpose.
An area in which people with similar cultures live
an iroquois building used for shelter
polished seashells that were hung on strings or woven into belts
land set aside by the United States government for Native Americans
large, round hut built by Plains Indians
Dwelling built by Plains Indians, made poles arranged in a circle covered by buffalo hides
Sled made of poles tied together; used by Native Americans to transport goods across the plains
Native American ceremony that often includes traditional dancing and games
Spanish word for "village"
Native American celebration in which the host gives gifts to their guests.
Wooden post carved with animals or other images; often made by Native Americans of the Pacific Northwest to honor ancestors or special
Native American doctor or healer.
What did members of the Seneca, Cayuga, Onondaga, Oneida, Mohawk, and Tuscarora tribes have in common?
To unite the tribes so they could have peace
What was the purpose of the Iroquois League?
Who could choose and remove representatives of the Iroquois League?
Who made up the great council of the Iroquois Leage
Hunted, fished, grew crops
How did the Iroquois use the natural resources of the Woodlands
Work in the city
How has the Iroquois changed today?
still have Great Council
What is one way the Iroquois are the same as in their past?
Settled along rivers to water crops
What effect did dry land have on the Plains Indians?
Food, pots, it was dangerous
How did the Plains Indians use the buffalo?
disguises, stamped over a cliff
How did the Plains Indians hunt buffalo
How did the Cheyenne use horses
Which present-day state do many of the Cheyenne live
Ceremony that dancers hope will bring rain
Lived a village way of life based on farming
thought to be descendents of the Anasazi
a tribe of hunters
Hopi and Zuni tribes
A tribe who raised sheep
Dolls used to educate young Hopi about their religion
Hope village built on a mese
comes from the Chinock word meaning to give away
The people of the Northwest Coast carved pole with animals or other images representing ancestors and is a way to show wealth
The people of the Northwest Coast carved a log carved into a canoe used to hunt at sea
blankets and copper shields
The people of the Northwest Coast gave these as gifts to their guests
What do the people of the Northwest Coast call a person people come to when not feeling well
masks, rattles, serving dishes carved from wood
reflected the Kwakiutles' respect for the spirits they felt around them
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