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Chapter 3

Lesson #1 (pp. 97-103)

prehistoric the time before the written word was available
pre-Columbian having do with time before Columbus reached the Americas
archaeologist person who studies prehistory by examininig the remains of animals and of people and things they left behind
artifact anything such as a bit of pottery, a knife, or remains of a building that people leave behind after they have lived somewhawere
migration the act of moving from one land to another. Usually used to refer to groups rather than individuals
land bridge a piece of land that connects two larger bodies of land
nomad a person with no permanent home who travels from place to place
extinct no longer living. Usually used in speaking of a whole group of plants or animals rather than one individual
Created by: kathykretchmer