historian: study of past events (how things have changed over time)
geographer: study of the earth's surface(location, climate, land, water, countries)
economist: study of the production and production and purchase of goods/services
sociologist: study society and community life (races, crime, poverty, education)
psychologist: study of the mind and human behavior
anthropologist: Study of culture (languages, customs, songs, etc.)
political scientist: study of government (rules, laws, leaders)
a span of time (long or short) often associated with a person or something prominent in society
a 100 year period
a period of 10 years
the average span of time from the birth of children to the birth of their children (usually 25-30 year)
a period of 1,000 years
before the Christ (before common era)
longitude and latitude
a location of a place in relation to another place
beans, squash, and corn
a chief of a tribe
a group of related families
place for shelter
money and as a record of treaties
a native American chieftain who argued for peace with the European settlers (16th century)
based on or tracing descent through the female line
the act of forming an alliance
government, transportation, food/clothing/shelter, recreation, values/ethics, technology, education, religion, economics, arts, family structure, language/ communication
A map showing units such as countries, states, provinces, districts, etc.
A map that shows mountains, hills, plains, rivers, lakes, oceans, etc.
a map that shows information about past events and where they occured.
a collection of maps in book form
a flat drawing of all or part of the earth
someone who makes maps
the study of maps
tells the subject of a map
explains colors and symbols on a map
helps tell distance on a map
shows direction (north, south, east, west, etc.)
special purpose map
maps that focus on a specific subject
our map of the world
a world map is a map of the surface of the earth
iroquois tribe (M)
not everyone is treated equally
iroquois tribe (O)
iroquois tribe (ON)
iroquois tribe (C)
iroquois tribe (S)
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