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Native American Regions
North
Northwest (NW)
Southwest (SW)
Great Plains
Igloo shelters, hunt for caribou, whales and seals
Plank house shelters, hunt for elk, deer, and farm for the 3…
Adobe or wicki up shelters, farm for the 3 sisters
Teepees, hunt for buffalo and antelope, gather the 3 sisters
North
Igloo shelters, hunt for caribou, whales and seals
Northwest (NW)
Plank house shelters, hunt for elk, deer, and farm for the 3…
12 terms
Native american
Arid
Ancestors
Cultivate
Mesa
without moisture extremely dry
people from whom one is descended from
to prepare and work on land in order to grow crops
a land formation having steep walls and relatively flat top f…
Arid
without moisture extremely dry
Ancestors
people from whom one is descended from
10 terms
Native Americans
Inuit Region
Inuit Climate
Inuit Shelter
Inuit Food
Artic
cold, snowy
Built igloos
hunted whales, seals, & caribou
Inuit Region
Artic
Inuit Climate
cold, snowy
Native American Vocabulary
marine economy
coastal people
plateau people
Cedar
WA coastal Indians lifestyle-ocean provides all food
WA Indians living on the west side of the Cascade Mountains,…
WA Indians living on the east side of the Cascade Mountains,…
a kind of tree used by coastal Indians to make clothes, homes…
marine economy
WA coastal Indians lifestyle-ocean provides all food
coastal people
WA Indians living on the west side of the Cascade Mountains,…
6 terms
Common Native American Terms
Legend
Conquer
Monument
Empire
a story passed down over time
to take over or defeat a group of people
a structure that reminds us of a person or a group
many people controlled by one leader
Legend
a story passed down over time
Conquer
to take over or defeat a group of people
10 terms
American Native
When he arrived
He met the natives
They lived in tribes
They slept in tents
Når han ankom
Han møtte de innfødte
De levde i stammer
De sov i telt
When he arrived
Når han ankom
He met the natives
Han møtte de innfødte
10 terms
Native American
Battle of Wounded Knee
Wovoka
The Ghost Dance
The Spirit Dance
1890 - The Sioux, convinced they had been made invincible by…
Paiute religious leader (believed he was the Messiah) who fou…
The term journalists labeled the Spirit Dance as. Influencing…
dance that Plains Indians hoped would help them reclaim their…
Battle of Wounded Knee
1890 - The Sioux, convinced they had been made invincible by…
Wovoka
Paiute religious leader (believed he was the Messiah) who fou…
14 terms
Native American
manifest Destiny
Indian removal act
Battle of Little Big Horn
Custer's Last Stand
the belief that americans had a God-given right to move westw…
1830- moving the native Americans to Oklahoma. Example of the…
7th calvary got trapped by the little Big Horn River and kill…
Another Name for The Battle of Little Big Horn
manifest Destiny
the belief that americans had a God-given right to move westw…
Indian removal act
1830- moving the native Americans to Oklahoma. Example of the…
24 terms
Native American Unit
Plains
Southwest Desert
Pacific Northwest
Eastern Woodlands
This region was known for its vast grassland, rolling hills,…
Native Americans in this region needed to use irrigation so t…
Cedar trees were a natural resource in this region
This region was known for its thick forests, streams, animals…
Plains
This region was known for its vast grassland, rolling hills,…
Southwest Desert
Native Americans in this region needed to use irrigation so t…
9 terms
Native American
indigenous
American Indian
tribe
region
native to a certain area, original people
the 1st people to live on American land: Native American
a group of people who share common ancestors and a common cul…
an area identified by similiar and specific geographical feat…
indigenous
native to a certain area, original people
American Indian
the 1st people to live on American land: Native American
12 terms
Native American Review
Hopi
Pawnee
Seminole
Inuit
What Native Americans lived in a desert environment?
Name the Native American tribe that lived on the Great Plains.
Theses natives started out in northern Florida, but now live…
These natives lived in the Arctic. Who are they?
Hopi
What Native Americans lived in a desert environment?
Pawnee
Name the Native American tribe that lived on the Great Plains.
Native American Cultural Regions
Arctic
the Plains
the desert Southwest
the Pacific Northwest
Bitterly cold, icy environment near the sea.
Vast flat grassland. Few trees. Hot summers, cold winters, dry.
Hot days, cold nights, very dry. Few trees.
Narrow, rocky coastline, offshore islands, huge forest with c…
Arctic
Bitterly cold, icy environment near the sea.
the Plains
Vast flat grassland. Few trees. Hot summers, cold winters, dry.
26 terms
Native American Cultural Regions
Plains Indians
Southwest Indians
Eastern Woodlands Indians
Eastern Woodlands Indians
Vast flat grassland. Few trees. Hot summers, cold winters, dry.
Hot days, cold nights, very dry. Few trees. (Arid dessert)
Thick forests, coastal plain, streams, animals such as deer,…
Deciduous forest area
Plains Indians
Vast flat grassland. Few trees. Hot summers, cold winters, dry.
Southwest Indians
Hot days, cold nights, very dry. Few trees. (Arid dessert)
15 terms
Native American
nomad
archaeologists
artifact
theocracy
people who move from place to place
search for artifacts
tools, weapons, etc
government ruled by religious rulers
nomad
people who move from place to place
archaeologists
search for artifacts
23 terms
Native american
atlatl
archaic
prehistoric
immunity
An ancient weapon for hunting
very old
Before written history
Protection
atlatl
An ancient weapon for hunting
archaic
very old
14 terms
Native Americans
Indians
migrated
settled
regions
a name for the native people of the Americas; Native Americans
moved from one region to live in another
moved into a place; made a home there
areas of land where many things are the same
Indians
a name for the native people of the Americas; Native Americans
migrated
moved from one region to live in another
Native Americans
tribe
culture
specialization
artifacts
A group of people who share common ancestors and a common cul…
Beliefs, customs, and traditions of a specific group of people.
A situation in which different people each engage in a differ…
Human-made objects, such as tools and jewelry.
tribe
A group of people who share common ancestors and a common cul…
culture
Beliefs, customs, and traditions of a specific group of people.
15 terms
Native American Literature Vocab
Anecdote
Covet
Continuity
Decieve
a short and amusing or interesting story about a real inciden…
to desire or want something
the unbroken and consistent existence or operation of somethi…
to cause to believe what is not true; mislead
Anecdote
a short and amusing or interesting story about a real inciden…
Covet
to desire or want something
25 terms
Native American
Anasazi
Pueblo
Mesa
The pueblos
A Native American who lived in what is now southern Colorado…
a communal village built by Indians in the southwestern Unite…
a flat-topped, rocky hill with steeply sloping sides
Indians in Southwestern America
Anasazi
A Native American who lived in what is now southern Colorado…
Pueblo
a communal village built by Indians in the southwestern Unite…
Native American
The dry, desert environment...
What were the Chinooks of the Pacific…
Which tribe built dugouts to hunt whal…
Name two tribes from the Eastern Woodl…
...required the Southwest Indians to adapt their way of life…
trade
Makah
Algonquins and Iroquois
The dry, desert environment...
...required the Southwest Indians to adapt their way of life…
What were the Chinooks of the Pacific…
trade
14 terms
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
20 terms
Native Americans
They hunted and ate whales.
They ate the meat from seals, caribou,…
They caught salmon in the rivers & str…
They ate the "Three Sisters" crops (co…
Kwakiutl/Makah
Inuit
Nez Perce
Hopi/Pueblos
They hunted and ate whales.
Kwakiutl/Makah
They ate the meat from seals, caribou,…
Inuit
20 terms
Native-American
Carlisle School
Jacksonian Democracy
Treaty
Reservation
Indian boarding school where assimalation was taught
A move for democracy ... by
is an agreement
is a legal designation for an area of land managed by a Nativ…
Carlisle School
Indian boarding school where assimalation was taught
Jacksonian Democracy
A move for democracy ... by
Native American Culture
abundant
fertile
migrate
nomadic
present in large amounts
able to support life
to move from one habitat to another during certain periods of…
moving from place to place with no permanent home
abundant
present in large amounts
fertile
able to support life
18 terms
Native American Culture
Nomadic
Animism
Northwest Coast
Southwest
A lifestyle of moving and following the food source
The belief that all living things have a soul or spirit
Region with many cedar and pine trees. Found along the coast,…
A desert region, very hot and dry most of the year. Use clay…
Nomadic
A lifestyle of moving and following the food source
Animism
The belief that all living things have a soul or spirit
32 terms
the native american
Diversity
Eurocentric and Native American Views…
Government Actions toward Native Ameri…
Government Actions toward Native Ameri…
Culture... Language... Kinship system... Political - economic... In 1500…
view power point
1778 - Continental Congress: Reaffirms 1763 British policy (t…
Indian Removal Act (1830)... This act called for the expulsion o…
Diversity
Culture... Language... Kinship system... Political - economic... In 1500…
Eurocentric and Native American Views…
view power point
23 terms
Native Americans
Why did Native Americans hunters speak…
Who made the decisions of the Eastern…
What are three ways in which the peopl…
In addition to meat, what did animals…
They felt a connection to nature and wanted to honor the anim…
The Great Council
food, clothing, shelter
Skin and furs for clothing
Why did Native Americans hunters speak…
They felt a connection to nature and wanted to honor the anim…
Who made the decisions of the Eastern…
The Great Council
36 terms
Native American Cultural Regions
Arctic
the Plains
the desert Southwest
the Pacific Northwest
Bitterly cold, icy environment near the sea.
Vast flat grassland. Few trees. Hot summers, cold winters, dry.
Hot days, cold nights, very dry. Few trees.
Narrow, rocky coastline, offshore islands, huge forest with c…
Arctic
Bitterly cold, icy environment near the sea.
the Plains
Vast flat grassland. Few trees. Hot summers, cold winters, dry.
Native Americans
arrived
thought
tribes
stuck
прибывший
мысль
Племена
Застрял
arrived
прибывший
thought
мысль
10 terms
Native Americans
Iroquois
Longhouse
Wigwam
The Great Law of Peace
A group of Indian nations know as the Iroquois Confederacy, P…
A long wooden building in which several families could live.…
A small, domed house covered with strips of bark in which one…
the Iroquois Constitution
Iroquois
A group of Indian nations know as the Iroquois Confederacy, P…
Longhouse
A long wooden building in which several families could live.…
Native American
culture
government
hunter-gatherer
adapt
Is the way of life, including beliefs, languages, and foods,…
Is a system for making and carrying out laws for a group of p…
collected food by hunting animals and gathering plants
Means to change to live in a new environment.
culture
Is the way of life, including beliefs, languages, and foods,…
government
Is a system for making and carrying out laws for a group of p…
Native Americans
migration
artifact
tradition
lodge
the movement of people or animals
an object (in history) made by a person
a way of life or an idea handed down from the past
a large round earthen house used by Central Plains Native Ame…
migration
the movement of people or animals
artifact
an object (in history) made by a person
28 terms
Native American Review
Primary source
Why do we read primary sources?
Theory
Migration
Primary sources are records of the past that have survived to…
Primary sources are the sources created during the historical…
A supposition/guess or a system of ideas intended to explain…
movement of a large number of people into a new homeland
Primary source
Primary sources are records of the past that have survived to…
Why do we read primary sources?
Primary sources are the sources created during the historical…
5 terms
Native American Areas
Northwestern Tribes
Southwestern Tribes
Great Plains Tribes (Midwest)
Eastern Tribes
Ate fish and lived in houses made of wood
Ate corn and beans, lived in adobe houses
Hunted buffalo and lived in tepees
Ate deer and turkeys and lived in wigwams
Northwestern Tribes
Ate fish and lived in houses made of wood
Southwestern Tribes
Ate corn and beans, lived in adobe houses
30 terms
Native American
Who settled North America?
Native Americans are also called: ____…
Native Americans belong to ________.
Did Native Americans lived in tribes o…
Native American settled in North America.
Indians
tribes.
They lived in tribes and in tipis.
Who settled North America?
Native American settled in North America.
Native Americans are also called: ____…
Indians
20 terms
Native American
How did Algonquian men and wear their…
What was the Iroquois Confederacy and…
In what ways did Native Americans use…
In what ways did native Americans use…
They wore braids
The confederacy was 5 tribes who joined together to make peac…
They used the tree bark to make wig wams and baskets.
They used animals for food, clothing, knives, and weapons.
How did Algonquian men and wear their…
They wore braids
What was the Iroquois Confederacy and…
The confederacy was 5 tribes who joined together to make peac…
12 terms
Native American Vocabulary
Nomadic
Inherently
Devious
Contend
without a fixed home; wandering
essentially
shifty; not straightforward
to compete; to fight against
Nomadic
without a fixed home; wandering
Inherently
essentially
Native Americans
What are the three Sisters?
What does occupation mean?
What was the occupation of the Powhata…
What was the occupation of the Pueblos?
Corn, squash, beans
Job
Fisherman, gatherers, hunters, farmers
Farmers, weavers, hunters, made pottery
What are the three Sisters?
Corn, squash, beans
What does occupation mean?
Job
11 terms
Native American
The way of living of Eastern Woodlands…
The European settlers who arrived in t…
In which region of the United States w…
In 1621, the pilgrims had a celebratio…
They would hunt, fish, and grow corn and other vegetables.
lived in tribes made up of many families.
Southwest
They wanted to thank the Wampanoag for all of their help.
The way of living of Eastern Woodlands…
They would hunt, fish, and grow corn and other vegetables.
The European settlers who arrived in t…
lived in tribes made up of many families.
15 terms
native americans
paleo indians
archaeologist
culture
artifact
the ancient people who were the first humans to arrive to mic…
A scientist who studies artifacts to learn how people lived i…
the arts beliefs and customs shared by a group of people
...
paleo indians
the ancient people who were the first humans to arrive to mic…
archaeologist
A scientist who studies artifacts to learn how people lived i…
44 terms
Native Americans
migrate
hunter-gatherer
agriculture
civilization
to move
someone who follows herds, hunts animals, and collects wild p…
the system of growing crops for food
a complex culture that has made advances in learning as well…
migrate
to move
hunter-gatherer
someone who follows herds, hunts animals, and collects wild p…
20 terms
Native Americans
to dress up
fashion
a fashion show
a war bonnet
to wear a costume
popular style of clothing
to dress up
to wear a costume
fashion
popular style of clothing
Native Americans
Native Americans
tribe
society
The Southeastern Tribes
The first people to live in the United States.
A group of people that lives together and shares values and c…
People living in a group with specific rules.
Creek, Chickasaw, Choctaw
Native Americans
The first people to live in the United States.
tribe
A group of people that lives together and shares values and c…
24 terms
Native Americans
What tribe lived in the Arctic Region
What tribe lived in the Northwest Region
What tribe lived in the Plateau Region
What tribe lived in the PlainsRegion
Inuit
Kwakiutl
Nez Perce
Pawnee
What tribe lived in the Arctic Region
Inuit
What tribe lived in the Northwest Region
Kwakiutl
Native Americans
Ancestor
Pueblo People
Mesa
Clan
A family member from the past.
A group of different Native American communities that live in…
A hill with a flat top.
A small group of close people or family.
Ancestor
A family member from the past.
Pueblo People
A group of different Native American communities that live in…
6 terms
Native American Tribes
Hopi
Seminole
Inuit
Pawnee
Southwestern tribe, raised sheep, used irrigation for farming…
lived in the Southeast, Florida Everglades, hunted alligators…
Artic tribe, lived in igloos and used animal skin tents when…
used the buffalo to provide food, clothing and shelter (teepe…
Hopi
Southwestern tribe, raised sheep, used irrigation for farming…
Seminole
lived in the Southeast, Florida Everglades, hunted alligators…
32 terms
Native Americans
Settlement
Civilization
Maya
Inca
A village in a new area.
A culture with organized systems of government, religion, and…
Central America civilization that created the first calendar.
Native Americans that lived in the Andes Mountains in South A…
Settlement
A village in a new area.
Civilization
A culture with organized systems of government, religion, and…
9 terms
Native Americans
longhouse
teepee
bison
deer
The chief dwelling place of the Iroquois Indians; c. 1500s-16…
a cone-shaped tent made out of animal skins used by Native Am…
42.What was the center of life for the Plains Indian?
What the Woodland Indians mostly hunted.
longhouse
The chief dwelling place of the Iroquois Indians; c. 1500s-16…
teepee
a cone-shaped tent made out of animal skins used by Native Am…
23 terms
Native Americans
Plains
Southwest region environment
Northwest People
Not a resource of Eastern Woodlands
used this animal as their main natural resource
hot and dry
Used totem poles to tell stories
Buffalo
Plains
used this animal as their main natural resource
Southwest region environment
hot and dry
21 terms
Native Americans
Eastern Woodland Tribes
Culture
Cultural Region
Great Spirit
Seneca, Cayuga, Onondaga, Oneida, Mohawk
Beliefs, customs, and traditions of a specific group of people.
an area in which a group of people share a similar culture an…
Responsible for the creation of human beings, the plants and…
Eastern Woodland Tribes
Seneca, Cayuga, Onondaga, Oneida, Mohawk
Culture
Beliefs, customs, and traditions of a specific group of people.
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