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Gr 5 SS Ch 1. Lesson 4 & 5
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to adjust way of living to land and resources
something that is always needed and used
an extra amount
a brick or building material made of sun-dried earth and straw
a system that allows people to get goods from faraway places
Even in the _______ environment, the Pueblo people were able to grow their main foods.
The Pueblo people found ways to collect water and to store ________, or extra amounts, of food.
The Navajo had led mainly nomadic lives before, but they learned to adapt to the _____ climate.
The _______ environment shaped how both the Pueblo and the Navajo lived. Little rain fell, so few trees grew.
Pueblo and Navajo tribes depended on _______ for resources not found nearby.
________ had a strong role in the government of the Pueblo.
Native Americans in the Plateau, Great Basin, and California cultural regions depended on nearby ________.
To get goods the Native Americans could not make or find themselves, they formed large ____ networks.
People traded with nearby villages. In turn, the people of those villages traded with other farther away villages.
How did trade networks bring distant goods?
a large spear with a sharp shell point
an extended group of family members
the way people of a state, region, or country use resources to meet their needs
to exchange goods
A Native American celebration meant to show wealth and divide property among the people
fishing; hunting; gathering
Instead of farming, the people of the Northwest Coast met their needs by ______ and ______and by ______ plants and nuts.
The coastal ______ were an important resource.
______ were an important resource, too.
Whales supplied not only food but also fat, which could be melted into oil to burn in _______.
In contrast, the Makah hunted whales at sea in large dugout ________.
The giant ______ that grow in the forests of the Northwest Coast provided many groups with wood for houses, tools, and boats.
________ was so useful to the people of the Northwest Coast that they made almost everything from it.
Makah villages also carved __________ poles made of wood.
These tall posts usually showed one or more characters that were used to tell a _______ or to welcome _______ or traders.
The Dallies was a center of the _______ because many groups gathered there, but the different languages they spoke made communication difficult.
Wood was used to make houses, weapons, tools canoes, and totem poles.
Why was wood important to people of the Northwest Coast?
Because of the _______, few plants could grow in this region.
polar bear kayaks
They also used harpoons and _______ to hunt seals, walruses, and whales.
Trees provided the Cree with _____ to meet their needs.
Since the long winters kept them from being able to get food by farming, they used bows and ______ to hunt for game.
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