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Native American History - Basic
hunt
group
tool
weapon
hunt
group
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Native American History
ceremony
mask
teepee
chief
ceremony
mask
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Native American History
Native American
buffalo
cliff
soil
Native American
buffalo
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American History Native American Quiz
American Indians
Northwest American Indians
Great Plains American Indians
Southwest American Indians
Who lived in America before the Europeans arrived?
Tribes that lived in the northwestern United States. They sur…
American Indian culture to be nomadic, centered around the Bu…
They lived where there was little rain. They grew beans and c…
American Indians
Who lived in America before the Europeans arrived?
Northwest American Indians
Tribes that lived in the northwestern United States. They sur…
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Native American History
Pilgrim
Colonist
smallpox
the plague
moves to new land for religious reasons
moves to a new land for economic or political reasons
disease brought from Europe to America by colonists and pilgr…
disease brought from Europe to America by colonists and pilgr…
Pilgrim
moves to new land for religious reasons
Colonist
moves to a new land for economic or political reasons
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Native American History - All
hunt
group
tool
weapon
hunt
group
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Native American history
Indians
epidemic
Columbian Exchange
frontier
another name for Native Americans
a disease that kills many people over a large area
the exchange of animals, plants, people, and diseases between…
the edge of white European settlement in the Americas
Indians
another name for Native Americans
epidemic
a disease that kills many people over a large area
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Native American History
ceremony
mask
tepee
chief
ceremony
mask
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Native American History Vocabulary
pastoral nomadic people
cultural tradition
culture
culture group
People who herd livestock in open areas to find grasslands an…
The beliefs and practices held or observed by specific human…
The set of beliefs, values, and practices that group of peopl…
People who live in a certain region and share the same belief…
pastoral nomadic people
People who herd livestock in open areas to find grasslands an…
cultural tradition
The beliefs and practices held or observed by specific human…
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Native American History
How were Custer and his men killed?
Who was the only U.S survivor?
According to the U.S. what did the Sio…
What new Treaty terms were negotiated…
Crazy Horse and Two Moon to Custer's flank and rear. The sold…
Custer's horse, Comanche
The U.S said the Sioux violated the 1868 Treaty by going to w…
The Sioux had to sign away the Black Hills ad allow the U.S u…
How were Custer and his men killed?
Crazy Horse and Two Moon to Custer's flank and rear. The sold…
Who was the only U.S survivor?
Custer's horse, Comanche
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Native American History
ceremony
tepee
chief
tribe
a formal event held in honor of a special occasion
Native American home
the head of a tribe
A group of people who live and work together and form a socie…
ceremony
a formal event held in honor of a special occasion
tepee
Native American home
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Native American History Module 2
Columbian Exchange
Smallpox
Mercantilism
Cherokee
the transfer of plants and animals between Europe and the Ame…
an extremely contagious disease that decimated the native ame…
a belief in the benefits of profitable trade
a tribe of native peoples from Georgia, the Carolinas, and Te…
Columbian Exchange
the transfer of plants and animals between Europe and the Ame…
Smallpox
an extremely contagious disease that decimated the native ame…
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Native American History - USH
Eurocentrism
indoctrinate
deculturization
cultural syncretism
the dominance of European (especially English) cultural patte…
to teach or instruct someone in the beliefs of a particular g…
denial of one's culture/identity resulting from internalizati…
occurs when two or more different cultures or cultural traits…
Eurocentrism
the dominance of European (especially English) cultural patte…
indoctrinate
to teach or instruct someone in the beliefs of a particular g…
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American History: Native Americans
Appropriate terms for native peolpe
Inappropriate terms for native people
Sacagawea
Pocahontas
Native american, tribe name, american indian
Injun, redskin, savage
A Native American woman who, with her infant, joined the corp…
Native American princess; daughter of chief Powhatan; suppose…
Appropriate terms for native peolpe
Native american, tribe name, american indian
Inappropriate terms for native people
Injun, redskin, savage
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Native American History unit
Why does the Great Basin have that name?
What is a habit of the Paiutes of the…
What was the staple food of the Indian…
Why was life easier in the plateau are…
The area is surrounded by mountains
They moved from place to place based on where they could find…
Pine nuts
Water, plants, and animals were more abundant
Why does the Great Basin have that name?
The area is surrounded by mountains
What is a habit of the Paiutes of the…
They moved from place to place based on where they could find…
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Native American history of LI
Native American
Indian
Wampam
Artifacts
A member of the culture and peoples who were the first to liv…
Another word for Native American the first Europeans that cam…
The form of money mean by long I want onions. It was created…
Objects made and used by humans
Native American
A member of the culture and peoples who were the first to liv…
Indian
Another word for Native American the first Europeans that cam…
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american history native americans
what is the "out of Africa theory"
what is the Bering Straight (Beringia)
Who was the first to the Americas
Paelo dates
humanity began in North Africa. moved to Asia and Europe
land bridge connecting modern day Russia and Alaska... The peopl…
Paelo
15000 BCE.
what is the "out of Africa theory"
humanity began in North Africa. moved to Asia and Europe
what is the Bering Straight (Beringia)
land bridge connecting modern day Russia and Alaska... The peopl…
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Native American History
Christopher Columbus
The "Land Bridge"
Chaco Canyon
Head Smashed in Buffalo Jump
An Italian navigator who was funded by the Spanish Government…
Between 10,000 and 100,000 years ago, much of the world was c…
Prehistoric trade center during the period A.D. 1000-1200 Pue…
A communal hunting technique practiced by native people of th…
Christopher Columbus
An Italian navigator who was funded by the Spanish Government…
The "Land Bridge"
Between 10,000 and 100,000 years ago, much of the world was c…
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NY native american history
land bridge
Iroquois and the Algonquians
long house
Iroquois confederacy
how the first Americans crossed from Asia to North America
the two groups of native Americans
Iroquois homes made from strong limbs,and bark
created to promote peace
land bridge
how the first Americans crossed from Asia to North America
Iroquois and the Algonquians
the two groups of native Americans
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Native American history
Extent of Native american Population p…
Linguistic stock
Patterns of British land takeover
October scatterings
They lived in farming villages
language groups and the largest was Algonquian
the British pushed and pushed and when the Indians fought bac…
The time after of the Indian harvest festival were they all l…
Extent of Native american Population p…
They lived in farming villages
Linguistic stock
language groups and the largest was Algonquian
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Native American History
In 1830, Indian Removal Act
In 1838, Trail of Tears took place
In 1835, The Treaty of New Echota
In 1861, Black Kettle a Cheyenne Indian
Was signed by President Andrew Jackson, the law permitted the…
The Cherokee Indians were forced to leave their lands in the…
It was signed and that's WHAT CAUSED THE TRAIL OF TEARS. The…
*Became the chief of the Whutapius.
In 1830, Indian Removal Act
Was signed by President Andrew Jackson, the law permitted the…
In 1838, Trail of Tears took place
The Cherokee Indians were forced to leave their lands in the…
Native American History Timeline
1614
1758
1776
1778
Pocahontas (Algonquian) marries English Jamestown colonist Jo…
First North American Indian reservation is established in New…
Continental Congress fails in attempt to recruit 2,000 Native…
U.S. signs first Indian treaty, with Delaware Native American…
1614
Pocahontas (Algonquian) marries English Jamestown colonist Jo…
1758
First North American Indian reservation is established in New…
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Native American History
Spear
Anthropologists
Linguist
Nomadic
A long pole with a sharp, pointed blade at one end.
Social scientists who study human cultural characteristics
a person who speaks several languages
Moving from place to place in search of food and water
Spear
A long pole with a sharp, pointed blade at one end.
Anthropologists
Social scientists who study human cultural characteristics
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History: Native American Actions
Battle of Little Bighorn
Wounded Knee Massacre
WW1
WW2
1876 - Custer and his soldiers killed by Native Americans.
1890 - 200 NA killed after they fled a reservation, due to st…
10,000 NA served in white units. Choctaws used as code talker…
100,000 NA left reservations or homesteads. 75,000 move to ur…
Battle of Little Bighorn
1876 - Custer and his soldiers killed by Native Americans.
Wounded Knee Massacre
1890 - 200 NA killed after they fled a reservation, due to st…
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Native American History Final
John Collier- 1933-45
NCAI- founded 1944
Federal Acknowledgement Act
Branch of Placement and Relocation
restore an emphasis on community in govt's dealings with Indi…
mission: to secure the rights and benefits to which we're ent…
process by which the secretary acknowledges an Indian tribe
Native Americans in cities- helped find them jobs, provided o…
John Collier- 1933-45
restore an emphasis on community in govt's dealings with Indi…
NCAI- founded 1944
mission: to secure the rights and benefits to which we're ent…
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Native American history quiz
Isthmus
peninsula
island
plain
a strip of land surrounded by water on two sides is a?
a piece of land surrounded on 3 sides is a?
land surrounded by water on all sides is a?
flat land, open grassland is a?
Isthmus
a strip of land surrounded by water on two sides is a?
peninsula
a piece of land surrounded on 3 sides is a?
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Native American History - listening
mammoth
expand
archaic
configuration
a large extinct animal similar to the elephant. 2) Adjective…
to increase in size
very old, ancient
a network of designs or groups of something
mammoth
a large extinct animal similar to the elephant. 2) Adjective…
expand
to increase in size
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American History Native American Quiz
American Indians
Northwest American Indians
Great Plains American Indians
Southwest American Indians
Who lived in America before the Europeans arrived?
Tribes that lived in the northwestern United States. They sur…
American Indian culture to be nomadic, centered around the Bu…
They lived where there was little rain. They grew beans and c…
American Indians
Who lived in America before the Europeans arrived?
Northwest American Indians
Tribes that lived in the northwestern United States. They sur…
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Native American Tribes History
Caddos
Jumanos
Apaches
Tonkawas
Most civilized group; dome-shaped houses in the timberlands
Traders, hunters, and farmers who often lived in the sides of…
Plains Indians; tricked Spanish into building a mission in Co…
Hunted small game near present day Austin
Caddos
Most civilized group; dome-shaped houses in the timberlands
Jumanos
Traders, hunters, and farmers who often lived in the sides of…
Native American History and Culture Vocabulary
viceroy
gape
assertion
blithely
a governor who represents a sovereign nation
to stare with an open mouth
a declaration or statement
cheerful,... or in a joyous manner
viceroy
a governor who represents a sovereign nation
gape
to stare with an open mouth
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Native American US History
Dakota Sioux Uprising
Red Clouds War
Sand Creek Massacre
Indian Peace Commission
The Dakota Sioux were supposed to be given meds,clothing, foo…
group of Sioux, the Lakota, nomads who had won control of the…
Fort Lyon's commander, Major Scott Anthony, allowed the chief…
Congress formed an Indian Peace Commission, which proposed cr…
Dakota Sioux Uprising
The Dakota Sioux were supposed to be given meds,clothing, foo…
Red Clouds War
group of Sioux, the Lakota, nomads who had won control of the…
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Native American History
Chief Joseph
Little Crow
Crazy Horse
Sitting Bull
Nez Perce tribal chief... Led a 1,400 mi march and fight against…
someone who sent a letter to vs. the BIA: "Let them eat ... gras…
Respected Fighter of Lakota Indian tribe, took part in Battle…
Respected Fighter and Diplomatic Chief (Politician) of Lakota…
Chief Joseph
Nez Perce tribal chief... Led a 1,400 mi march and fight against…
Little Crow
someone who sent a letter to vs. the BIA: "Let them eat ... gras…
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Native American History
Ethnocenturism
Epistemology
Bond of Obligation
What are the controversies with termin…
A people's sense of their own superiority and their use of th…
Branch of philosophy that examines the nature of knowledge
A term used to describe the connection between an adolescent…
- Indians - name given by outsiders... - American Indian is a le…
Ethnocenturism
A people's sense of their own superiority and their use of th…
Epistemology
Branch of philosophy that examines the nature of knowledge
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History: Native American Cases
Cherokee Nation vs Hitchcock
Lone Wolf vs Hitchcock
Harrison vs Laveen
Oneida vs Oneida and Madison Counties,…
1902 - Cherokee tribe challenged the right of Congress to den…
1903 - Ignored Medicine Lodge Treaty of 1867 and allotted lan…
1948 - Opposed the imposition of voting qualifications on NA…
1974 - Tribes now had the opportunity to sue the government f…
Cherokee Nation vs Hitchcock
1902 - Cherokee tribe challenged the right of Congress to den…
Lone Wolf vs Hitchcock
1903 - Ignored Medicine Lodge Treaty of 1867 and allotted lan…
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Native american history // wars
Land Fever
What tribes were apart of the Treaty o…
What did the Treaty of Ft. Laramie do
Kansas-Nebraska Act 1854
After the civil war the westward movement began. 1876-1900 ei…
Lakota, Cheyenne, Arapaho... in 1851
Gave people traveling on the overland trails the right of way…
Indian Territory reduced... Kansas and Nebraska become territori…
Land Fever
After the civil war the westward movement began. 1876-1900 ei…
What tribes were apart of the Treaty o…
Lakota, Cheyenne, Arapaho... in 1851
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History: Native American Acts
The Dawes Act
The Curtis Act
The Bursum Bill
The Leavitt Bill (Dance Orders)
1887 - The allotment act to where 160 acres for farming, 320…
1898 - An extension of the Dawes Act to where it now ended in…
1922 - Authorised the acquisition of Pueblo lands.
1926 - Removed the right for the tribes to perform traditiona…
The Dawes Act
1887 - The allotment act to where 160 acres for farming, 320…
The Curtis Act
1898 - An extension of the Dawes Act to where it now ended in…
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History: Native American Vocab
"A Century of Dishonor"
Assimilation
Battle of Wounded Knee, SD (1890)
Bozeman Trail
A book written by Helen Hunt Jackson in 1881. This book outli…
The process by which a person or persons acquire the social a…
Wounded Knee, located in South Dakota, was the sight of two c…
An overland route connecting the gold rush territory of Monta…
"A Century of Dishonor"
A book written by Helen Hunt Jackson in 1881. This book outli…
Assimilation
The process by which a person or persons acquire the social a…
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Native American History - Content Dictionary
ceremony
mask
tepee
chief
ceremony
mask
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native american history vocab
cuzco
ayllu
mita
chasquis
the capital of the inca empire founded in 1100 AD
a group of 100 families that lived in the inca empire; the ay…
service work to the inca empire; it was required of everyone;…
runners that delivered important messages to or for the inca…
cuzco
the capital of the inca empire founded in 1100 AD
ayllu
a group of 100 families that lived in the inca empire; the ay…
Native American History
Mayan government was a
Aztec government was a
Incan government was a
The Iroquois league was an example of
Theocracy
Monarchy
Monarchy
Democracy
Mayan government was a
Theocracy
Aztec government was a
Monarchy
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Midterm Exam (Native American History)
Christopher Columbus
The "Land Bridge"
Chaco Canyon
Head Smashed in Buffalo Jump
Who: Spanish Explorer ... What: he sailed the atlantic to look…
What: The most popular theory on how the Native Americans got…
Who: Chacoan People... What: Located in San Juan's River Basin,…
Who: Blackfoot People... What: Blackfoot people drove buffalo f…
Christopher Columbus
Who: Spanish Explorer ... What: he sailed the atlantic to look…
The "Land Bridge"
What: The most popular theory on how the Native Americans got…
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History Native American Regions
Northwest Coast
California
Great Basin
Plateu
Lots of food... Cold Winters/Cool Summers Heavy rainfall... Build V…
Winter Rain/ Hot Dry Summers... Had fish, acorns, deer and shell…
...
...
Northwest Coast
Lots of food... Cold Winters/Cool Summers Heavy rainfall... Build V…
California
Winter Rain/ Hot Dry Summers... Had fish, acorns, deer and shell…
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Native American History
Discovery Doctrine
"Royal" Proclamation of 1763 - "the Pr…
Assimilation
Battle of Fallen Timbers & Chief Littl…
A concept of law presented by the United States Supreme Court…
Confirmed Indian control of the trans-Appalachian west, and d…
The process by which a group's culture comes to resemble thos…
After being crushed, and fearing an alliance between the West…
Discovery Doctrine
A concept of law presented by the United States Supreme Court…
"Royal" Proclamation of 1763 - "the Pr…
Confirmed Indian control of the trans-Appalachian west, and d…
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History: Native American Unit
Powhatan
Pocahontas
Squanto
Massasoit
Father of Pocahontas, gave corn to the English, powerful chief
Daughter of Powhatan, married John Rolfe, died in England
Wampanoag who helped the Pilgrims, spoke English
Wampanoag chief, close with Edward Winslow
Powhatan
Father of Pocahontas, gave corn to the English, powerful chief
Pocahontas
Daughter of Powhatan, married John Rolfe, died in England
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Native American Dwellings -History
Northeast
Southeast
Plains
Great Basin
Wigwam, longhouse
Chickee
Earth lodge, tepee
Wickiup
Northeast
Wigwam, longhouse
Southeast
Chickee
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Native Americans in Ohio History
Artifacts
Paleo-Indians
Beringia
Atlatl
Belongings left behind by the first people to live in Ohio; p…
The first people to come to North America. This group moved a…
The name of an icy land bridge the first people to migrate to…
A spear thrower that was made by the Archaic Indians. Enabled…
Artifacts
Belongings left behind by the first people to live in Ohio; p…
Paleo-Indians
The first people to come to North America. This group moved a…
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NATIVE AMERICAN HISTORY
What were the resources of the Inuit
What were the resources of the North w…
What were the resources of the Plains
What were the dwellings of the Inuit
Ice and marine animals
Wood, salmon
Buffalo
Compacted snow and animal hides
What were the resources of the Inuit
Ice and marine animals
What were the resources of the North w…
Wood, salmon
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History- Native American Geograpghy
American West... Rocky Mountains
American West ... Intermountain
American West ... Pacific Coast
American West... Climate
-3,000 miles long... -are an immense barrier and are called the…
-the area between the Rockies and the Sierra Nevada... -importan…
very FEW harbors
Rocky Mountains--cool short summers and long cold winters... Int…
American West... Rocky Mountains
-3,000 miles long... -are an immense barrier and are called the…
American West ... Intermountain
-the area between the Rockies and the Sierra Nevada... -importan…
American History: Native Tribes
Cahokia
Mound builders
Beringia
Hohokam
Largest remains of the Mound builders in North America in Ill…
Part of the Mississippian Indians, they live up and down the…
Land bridge reaching from Asia to Alaska. Opened during Ice A…
NA from desert region who used irrigation for survival.
Cahokia
Largest remains of the Mound builders in North America in Ill…
Mound builders
Part of the Mississippian Indians, they live up and down the…
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Native American Studies- Histories
Acculturation
boarding schools
cultural relativism
discrimination
the exchange of cultural features that results from continuou…
nineteenth century colonial schools designed to teach Native…
the belief that the values and beliefs of cultures differ and…
policies and practices that harm a group and it's members
Acculturation
the exchange of cultural features that results from continuou…
boarding schools
nineteenth century colonial schools designed to teach Native…
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