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Where did the Inuit live?
The Pacific Northwest
Where did the Kwakiutl live?
Where did the Pueblo live?
The Great Plains
Where did the Lakota live?
The Eastern Woodlands
Where did the Iroquois live?
What was the climate like where the Inuit lived?
rainy and mild
What was the climate like where the Kwakiutl lived?
hot and dry
What was the climate like where the Pueblo lived?
What was the climate like where the Lakota lived?
What river is nearest to the Kwakiutl?
What river is nearest to the Pueblo?
How did the Pueblo get food?
whales and seals
What did the Inuit hunt for food?
What did the Lakota hunt for food?
geography and climate
These two things affected how American Indians met their basic needs
What river is nearest to the Lakota?
What items are recovered and studied by archaeologists?
How many years ago did people live at Cactus Hill?
This river is the site of the Cactus Hill archaeological dig.
These people look for evidence of ancient American Indians.
This is the 0 degree line of longitude.
This is the 0 degree line of latitude
Before finding Cactus Hill, archaeologists thought this was the oldest human culture in North America.
__________ resources are things that come directly from nature.
(Examples: fish, wild animals, crops)
__________ resources are the people working to produce goods and services.
(Examples: People who fish, hunt, or make clothing.)
__________ resources are the goods produced from natural resources.
(Examples: canoes, bows, spears)
These American Indians inhabited the interior of the United States.
These American Indians inhabited the area that is New Mexico and Arizona today.
These American Indians lived in desert areas and areas bordering cliffs and mountains.