Mrs. Gill and Mrs. Whoriskey Social Studies Chapter 2 Test
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Wampanoag chores in the spring
cleared land for planting, caught fish, grew crops, dig for clams and lobsters
Wampanoag chores in the fall
harvested the crops, hunted animals, build longhouses
Animals were used for
food, jewelry, blankets, clothing, needles and thread
Wampanoag got food by
harvesting crops, fishing, hunting
leader of the tribe
used to show a tribe's history and used as gifts to be given to the sachem
a Wampanoag summer home. They are made from wood, bark, and grasses. They used saplings to make the frame.
A wampanoag winter home. The Wampanoag shared this home with cousins, aunts and uncles. They would reuse saplings and bark from the wetu. There was a hole in the roof to let the smoke out. Beds line the walls around the entire house.
people of the first light or people of the dawn
Wampanoag showed respect for nature by
Thanking animals and trees they used, thanking the Great Spirit, dancing the Green Corn Dance
Explorers came to America because..
They were in search of goods and to claim land for their countries.
After explorers came many Native Americans ..
died from European diseases
Jobs Wampanoag men were in charge of:
make homes, prepare land for planting, make mishoons, hunt, fish, make tools
Jobs Wampanoag women were in charge of:
planting, dig for clams and lobsters, weaving, harvest crops, cooking, take care of children, make pots
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